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First Floor: Reception Room

The reception room was used by Lady Zoé Laurier as a morning room, where she engaged in hobbies, listened to her player piano, ate light meals and entertained her friends. After William Lyon Mackenzie King renovated the house, this room was converted to a waiting room for visitors.