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Globe and Mail: Ron Thom House near Peterborough

Modernist home designed by Ron Thom blends into natural landscape

Dave LeBlanc
Oct 23, 2017
In the early 1970s, after enjoying international acclaim with both Toronto’s Massey College and Peterborough’s Trent University, architect Ron Thom didn’t let moss grow under his feet. As head of the team that would deliver the gargantuan Metropolitan Toronto Zoo... +read

You Tube: Save the Bala Falls Video

Kathleen Wynne Bala is Calling

Save the Bala Falls
Oct 19, 2017
Protest on Labour Day Weekend
Protest on Labour Day Weekend
In spite of a dozen years of protest and expression of well researched and credible concerns, the power plant in Bala has begun construction. All the trees have been cleared, and the town looks like a war zone. This video asks a lot of very good questions that just haven't been answered. Remediation... +read

Globe and Mail:Death of Architect Dan Hanganu

Architect Dan Hanganu was a rule-breaking creator of Quebec landmarks

Oct 19, 2017
    Few architects have enriched the country with such distinctive exuberance as Dan Hanganu. The Romanian-born, Montreal-based architect, who died on Oct. 5 at the age of 78, led the life of the proverbial successful immigrant, seizing Canadian opportun... +read

Niagara at Large: Thorold Wins Prince of Wales Prize

City of Thorold wins national recognition with prestigious Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership

Pamela Minns
Oct 19, 2017
  Niagara, Ontario – In the world of HERITAGE, the Prince of Wales Prize is the Academy Award – it is the Oscar of all awards, and for 2017 the City of Thorold has been given this honour. The revitalization of downtown Thorold has received national attention and has been ... +read

Now Magazine: TD Centre

TD Centre fallout

Richard Longley
Oct 19, 2017

When Ontario Premier John Robarts cut the ribbon at the formal opening on May 13, 1968 of the Toronto-Dominion Centre’s two black towers, the timing was fortuitous. Less than six weeks earlier, humanoids of an imagined future made first contact with a mysterious black monolith in the premiere ... +read

Honeycat Productions: Welland celebrates its Heritage sites with a new film

Welland's 27 Designated Properties celebrated on film

Diana Williamson
Oct 01, 2017
The Welland Heritage Advisory Committee commissioned a film to celebrate the owners of the 27 "designated heritage" properties. A gala presentation was held at City Hall on Thursday, Sept 28, with the mayor Frank Campion and other dignitaries in attendance. The Welland Heritage Advisory Planning C... +read

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