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The Bombardier Centre for Aerospace and Aviation (Plant #1, 65 Carl Hall Road)

Toronto, Ontario

This reuse project sensitively integrates old and new structures and re-uses original materials in meaningful ways – providing a continuity…

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Holy Blossom Temple

Toronto, Ontario

This exciting revitalization project created a unified spiritual campus and an inspiring model for other places of faith. Since 1938,…

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Hodge Premises

Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

A modest but impactful project, this hotel conversion features careful work by the owners to balance continuity with transformation. Built…

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Queen Elizabeth II Planetarium

Edmonton, Alberta

This transformative restoration is a tribute to the City of Edmonton’s commitment to retain and adaptively reuse its historic resources,…

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The Shipyards

North Vancouver, British Columbia

This impressive redevelopment of a waterfront site retained its industrial character, balanced with the new functions of a much-needed waterfront…

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Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

This project is a compelling intertwining of archaeological resource protection, the reclamation of indigenous culture and the restoration of an…

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Green Family Forge

Trinity, Newfoundland & Labrador

Built by the Green family during the last decade of the 19th century, the Green Family Forge remained open until…

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St. John The Evangelist Anglican Church

Prescott, Ontario

A remarkable model of resilience, this grand neo-Gothic stone church (circa 1861) has successfully adapted its space to accommodate multiple…

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The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake

Ontario

Recognized for its sustained commitment to heritage conservation over time, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a compelling example of resilience grounded in built…

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Montgomery’s Inn Museum Restoration

Toronto, Ontario

A bustling museum in the suburb of Etobicoke, this historic former inn underwent a major restoration to position it as…

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Gur Sikh Temple National Historic Site

Abbotsford, British Columbia

Built by struggling settlers in the early 1900s, the Gur Sikh Gurdwara (temple) is a testament to the pride, vision,…

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Victoria Jubilee Hall

Walkerton, Ontario

Serving as the Walkerton town hall for nearly a century, the Victoria Jubilee Hall was left abandoned in 1996. When…

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Westinghouse HQ

Hamilton, Ontario

Constructed in 1917, the Canadian Westinghouse Company Headquarters was sold in the late 1980s and remained empty for decades until…

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Conception Bay Museum (Customs House)

Harbour Grace, Newfoundland and Labrador

Celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, the historic Customs House is a longstanding cultural hub with a strong link to…

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B2 Lofts

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Inspired by the region’s centuries-old tradition of shipbuilding, the B2 Lofts is a mixed-use, urban infill development in the heart…

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Garrick Theatre

Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador

Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, the Bonavista’s Garrick Theatre is the oldest community theatre in the province – and…

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Shingwauk Residential School Site

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

One of the oldest landmarks in the Sault Ste. Marie area, the Shingwauk Residential School Site became home to the…

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Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

Almonte, Ontario

Located in the annex of the former Rosamond Woolen Company (built in 1867), the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum has been…

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Burrard Bridge Rehabilitation and Restoration Project

Vancouver, British Columbia

While historic engineering works are often neglected, this project demonstrates that community support and enlightened municipal officials can meet modern…

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Senate of Canada Building

Ottawa, Ontario

Originally Ottawa’s central train station and then a government conference centre, this downtown landmark has been transformed to house the…

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Town of Annapolis Royal

Nova Scotia

The Heritage Canada Awards Jury found that the Town of Annapolis Royal has performed exemplary work in the stewardship of…

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Eva’s Phoenix

60 Brant Street, Toronto, Ontario

Eva’s Phoenix is a transformative adaptive reuse of the former Water Works building in downtown Toronto into transitional housing, education,…

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Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum

Carp, ON

The Diefenbunker Museum is a private, not-for-profit charitable museum operating out of a Cold War Bunker turned National Historic Site…

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Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre

Herschel, SK

Since 1994, the work of the Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre has been a community labour of love that has protected…

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WE Global Learning Centre (GLC)

Toronto, ON

The WE Global Learning Centre (GLC) project involved the complete rehabilitation of a century-old building to serve as a state-of-the-art…

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Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Renewal Initiative

Vancouver, BC

As the single largest Public Private Partnership (P3) social housing project in North America, the Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Renewal…

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The New Petrie Building

Guelph, ON

The unique ornamented metal façade of the Petrie Building has been an iconic presence in downtown Guelph since 1882. One…

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Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum

East Gwillimbury, Ontario

The Sharon Temple is a spectacular structure that has seen over 100 years of sustainable evolution. The structure was built…

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Five Almonte Buildings

Mississippi Mills, Ontario

Over the past 25 years, an informal group of investors and visionaries in Almonte, Ontario, have been passionately working to…

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Kentville Library

Kentville, NS

The sanctuary of the former United Church of St. Paul and St. Stephen on Main Street, Kentville NS, was revitalized…

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The Grand Theatre

Indian Head, SK

The Grand Theatre is a community-owned, volunteer-run enterprise and multi-entertainment facility and a gathering place for people of all ages…

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Grey Nuns Reading Room

Montreal, QC

The former Mother House of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal (known as the Grey Nuns) has played an important…

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360 Saint-Jacques

Montréal, QC

Located in the heart of Old Montréal, 360 Saint Jacques was established as the Royal Bank of Canada headquarters in…

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cSPACE King Edward

Calgary, AB

Built in 1912, the former King Edward School was closed in 2001 by the Calgary Board of Education. Left vacant…

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Casey House

Toronto, ON

Commissioned by William R. Johnston, and built in 1875 by prominent local architectural firm, Langley, Langley & Burke, the Casey…

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Bowness Park

Calgary, AB

Since opening in 1912, Bowness Park has been one of Calgary’s most popular park destinations. Approximately 30 hectares in area…

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Seventh Street Lofts

10309 107 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Set in Edmonton’s historic warehouse district, Seventh Street Lofts has a scale and industrial character that is compatible with its…

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Water Street Adaptive Reuse Development (1886-1911)

Vancouver, British Columbia

This complex, three-phase construction process rehabilitated five adjacent heritage buildings in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district and integrated new construction, revitalizing…

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New Learning Centre – Building 94, Central Experimental Farm (1936-37)

901 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, Ontario

This former research building is located within the Central Experimental Farm National Historic Site, a singular cultural landscape used for…

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Sir John A. Macdonald Building (1930)

144 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario

A Classified Heritage Building, the former Bank of Montreal Ottawa Main Branch is a landmark located across Wellington Street from…

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Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church (1889)

427 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Located in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church was constructed in 1889 in the Romanesque Revival style using stone…

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Market Street Development (1880)

10-12 Market Street, Toronto, Ontario

Located in Toronto’s historic Saint Lawrence neighbourhood, the modest commercial building at 10-12 Market Street was commissioned by local politician…

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The London Roundhouse (1887)

240 Waterloo Street, London, Ontario

The Michigan Central Roundhouse was built by the London & South Eastern Railway Company in 1887 to service locomotives on…

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Congregation Emanu-El Temple (1863)

1461 Blanshard Street, Victoria, British Columbia

As the oldest surviving synagogue in Canada, Congregation Emanu-El holds inestimable heritage value. It was built in 1863 by a…

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The Post Office Rehabilitation

18 Front St N, Thorold, Ontario

This project reflects a successful integration of many goals, including heritage conservation, smart growth and energy efficiency, and a desire…

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Macdonald Institute, Guelph University

74 MacDonald Street, Guelph, Ontario

A building so celebrated that Canada Post created a commemorative stamp in its honour, the University of Guelph’s Macdonald Institute…

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The Don Jail: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare Administration Building

550 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, Ontario

Once the largest of its kind in North American, the Don Jail was Toronto’s biggest building project when it was…

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The Salt Building (ca. 1930)

85 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

This distinctive historic landmark located within Vancouver’s Southeast False Creek (SEFC) neighbourhood is a rare survivor of an area once…

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Cycloroute de Bellechase

Bellechasse RCM, Quebec

The oldest railway in Bellechasse RCM began operations in 1855. The Grand Trunk line connecting Charny and Saint-Thomas-de-Montmagny was a…

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École des Métiers de la Restauration et du tourisme de Montréal (1888)

1822 Maisonneuve Boulevard W, Montreal, Quebec

The former Victoria School is a rare surviving example of a 19th century school in Montreal. It was named for…

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