Posts Filed Under: heritage
Long regarded as simply a slum, the Ward neighbourhood in Toronto supported many immigrant communities over the years.
Toronto's queer history isn't all in the Church and Wellesley Village.
Leftist groups, including communists, met at various halls and buildings on Spadina, attracting many radical thinkers.
Tour the city through the eyes of five Toronto-based artists.
The 2017 Intersections festival includes more than 35 exhibits across the GTA during the month of March.
The event celebrates books, media, architecture, and community heritage projects that highlight Toronto's history.
A project that's right up our alley.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto's historical plaques and monuments.
With mounting development pressures, heritage conservation districts play an increasingly crucial role in preserving the city's historical fabric.
A City-contracted real estate brokerage firm thinks that Old City Hall might be best reincarnated as a shopping mall.
Heritage Toronto might need more political support to make their preservation priorities a reality.
Toronto erects a statue of King Edward VII—in 1969.
From authors to architects and everything in between, a look at the people who have worked to preserve our city's heritage.
From Corinthian columns to the last stacked theatres in the world, a look at our heritage and the people who worked to preserve it.
From Young People's Theatre to a historical atlas of Toronto—projects that preserve and promote the city’s rich history.
Heritage Toronto Awards nominees honoured for preserving and revitalizing the city's historical buildings.
Past Heritage Toronto Awards winners who've worked to restore buildings, preserve nature, and foster knowledge of our city's history.