This is the Toronto Old City Hall and York County Courthouse, a massive structure in downtown Toronto that was built to hold a court, and which still does even though many of its other original functions are no longer carried on in this building. I'm uncertain of the current jurisdiction of the court, although there is a listing for it under Ontario Court of Justice on a non governmental website.
This very large structure took a decade to build, having been started in 1889, and completed in 1899.
As with a similar entry on the Churches of the West blog, a person can take exception to my having listed this courthouse here, as its not really in the West. Nonetheless, at the time in which it was built, 1899, Toronto retained a bit of a western feel, as much of Canada did at that time.