Posts Filed Under: Heritage Toronto
Past Heritage Toronto Awards winners who've worked to restore buildings, preserve nature, and foster knowledge of our city's history.
City's pop-up museums let Torontonians get up close and personal with local history.
Olivia Chow, John Tory, and David Soknacki discussed history, the Ontario Municipal Board, and the concept of a Toronto museum.
A look at the historical buildings we've preserved and the architectural icons we didn't save.
Celebrating history at the 2013 Heritage Toronto Awards.
A talk with the person in charge of putting historical markers on Toronto's streets.
History buffs mounted their bikes and explored one of Toronto's most significant archaeological sites.
New at Doors Open this year: an expanded set of walking tours meant to bring the city's buildings to life.
Heritage Toronto introduces Heritage Diversity Stories, an initiative aimed at collecting the stories of the city's different cultural communities.
Has the United States yearned for the Great White North since the War of 1812?
A series of debates, discussions, and lectures commemorating the conflict's bicentennial.
This weekend, take a pair of walking tours with Heritage Toronto; the Clean Train Festival aims to get rid of diesel for good; Shakespeare gets his Torontonian birthday wish with two of his best plays; watch up-and-coming actors compete in a monologue competition; and much more.
Heritage Toronto traces the history of Etobicoke's Islington Village in its latest iTour adventure.
At the old-new Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto's heritage community gathered last night to celebrate its best, and mourn its losses.
In today's Urban Planner: create your 3D vision of the city out of LEGO pieces; listen in on a lecture to learn more about municipal finance; and celebrate those who preserve and promote the city's past at the annual Heritage Toronto Awards.
You may notice a large surge in people tweeting about Toronto's history this weekend. Here's why.