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by Eric Emin Wood on May 26, 2014
From left, Paul Litt of Heritage Toronto, Matthew Garnet of Renaissance Fine Homes, and Casa Loma Residents Association’s Robert Levy and Dyan Kirshenbaum with the heritage plaque unveiled May 12 in front of Maclean House at 7 Austin Terrace.

Designed by famed architect John Lyle for...(More)
by Tristan Carter on April 4, 2012
Heritage Toronto has stepped in to prevent the demolition of a former rep theatre near Bloor and Dufferin.

In January, the owners of the Paradise, a tiny, vacant theatre at 1006 Bloor St. W. stated their intention to demolish the building. But in early March, city council gave parts...(More)
by Omar Mosleh on December 20, 2011
Willowdale is now the home to North York’s newest heritage plaque.

The plaque replaces a previous one installed in the mid-’90s, which was tarnished and in bad shape, said Heritage Toronto’s chief historian and associate director, Gary Miedema.

This marker was...(More)
by Tristan Carter on November 14, 2011
The city may have to get rid of Heritage Toronto if it wants to keep its museums.

On Sept. 27, four city-owned museums were placed on the chopping block at council. According to Ward 25 councillor Jaye Robinson, members were asked to vote on whether or not to close the four museums...(More)
by Omar Mosleh on November 11, 2011
A restoration and renovation project for the Shops on Summerhill has been recognized with an award of merit from Heritage Toronto for maintaining the vision of the original building.

The Shops of Summerhill, a row of commercial heritage buildings located at 1095–1103 Yonge St., is...(More)
by Omar Mosleh on November 9, 2011
Filmmaker Catherine Annau is determined to let Torontonians know about the Evergreen Brick Works, one brick at a time.

Annau, the writer, director and executive producer behind Brick by Brick, The Story of The Evergreen Brick Works, recently received the award of excellence from...(More)
by Alexandra Bosanac on July 28, 2011
History is hot in the city.

The sweltering summer heat didn’t keep curious Torontonians from taking part in a tour of the historical Baby Point neighbourhood.

The two-hour walk, organized by Heritage Toronto, attracted close to 60 people to learn about the wealthy...(More)
by Jaye Robinson on July 13, 2011
Toronto City Council appoints citizens to a wide range of political committees, city agencies, boards, commissions and corporations, special and advisory bodies as well as a number of non-city boards and committees, by invitation or legislation. A majority of these positions are made available to...(More)
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