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Treaty Map of Ontario

Government of Ontario
Fascinating map showing all of the treaty territories in Ontario. ... +read

Canadian Architect: New Entrance for Royal Ontario Museum

Mike McMann Rendering

Hariri Pontarini Architects designs new fa├žade for ROMs Weston Entrance

  The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) has announced that it is re-opening the Museum’s heritage Weston Entra... +read

The Record: Electrohome Factory for Sale by City of Kitchener

Catherine Thompson

NO successful bids in tax sale of contaminated Kitchener property

  KITCHENER — The city's effort to collect more than $1 million in taxes owed by forcing the tax sale o... +read

ERA Article on Towers, Heritage and Energy Conservation Practice

Michael McClelland, Christine Paglialunga Alexis Cohen

Towers: a comparison in evaluation, context, and conservation

This article explores emerging practice issues in heritage conservation through the comparison of two conservation p... +read

Ten Editions Bookstore to Close

Catherine Nasmith
Ten Editions bookstore at 698 Spadina Avenue in Toronto, a neighbourhood institution that the community has been trying to... +read

Please Donate to Help Restore Historic Ham House Pub in Bath

Shannon Kyles
My Friend Ron Tasker has been restoring this place for 5 years. He has done a magnificnet job. The municipality - surpri... +read House, Kitchener National Historic Site

Catherine Thompson


KITCHENER — The potential for a clash between competing heritage interests is brewing as the Region of Waterloo purs... +read

NPR: Architecture Of An Asylum' Tracks History Of U.S. Treatment Of Mental Illness

The Center Building at St. Elizabeths. National Archives and Records Administration - National Building Museum
Susan Stamberg

The Center Building at St. Elizabeths, pictured circa 1900, housed administrative offices and patient wards. Established in 1855 as the Government Hospital for the Insane, the hospital became widely known as "St. Elizabeths" during the Civil War, and took

When I moved to Washington, D.C., in 1962, St. Elizabeths Hospital was notorious — a rundown federal facility for th... +read

Curbed: The rise of the McModern

Kate Wagner

The creator of McMansion Hell on a new strain of modern houses for the masses

From busy rooflines to plastic shutters, mismatched windows to four-car garages, the McMansion has dominated the Ame... +read

Hamilton Spectator: Historic Windows Tested for Energy Efficiency

Jeff Mahoney

MAHONEY: Old windows part of the soul of our past

As Hamilton experiences a spike in building, renos and housing values, the age-old battle b... +read

National Screen Institute- Film offering A Metis View of Canada 150


A jingle dress dancer, an 1850s blacksmith and a troop of defiant urban Indians assert Toronto as Indigenous territory and... +read

OHA+M: Proposed changes to OMB underwhelming

Dan Schneider

Changes to the OMB --meh

  In case you missed it … on May 30, 2017 Minister of Municipal Affairs Bill Mauro introduced the gove... +read

Guelph Today: Protecting 13 Stuart Street

Guelph City Council voted to fast track efforts to protect a 126-year-old city mansion Tuesday night.

Guelph City Council voted to fast track efforts to protect a 126-year-old city mansion Tuesday night. Amidst fears... +read

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