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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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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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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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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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Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts Building Renewal

5 Artists' Common, St. Catharines, Ontario

As a key element of a broader downtown revitalization plan, the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts…

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La Maison de la littérature

40 Rue Saint-Stanislas, Quebec, Quebec

The project to create la Maison de la littérature successfully builds on the rich history of a former place of…

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La Gare historique de la MRC d’Argenteuil

430 rue Grace, Lachute, Quebec

The project has successfully created a community-centered hub, where municipal and community services are offered, and where events and exhibitions…

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McInnes Cooper Building (formerly the Dawson Hardware Building)

141 Kent Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

This remarkable transformation has had an immediate positive impact on the character of the street, and is already enhancing and…

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Monastère des Augustines

77, rue des Remparts, Quebec, Quebec

A project of the Fiducie du patrimoine culturel des Augustines, the Monastère des Augustines is located in the heritage wings…

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The Rock Garden

1185 York Boulevard, Hamilton, Ontario

The Rock Garden is the Royal Botanical Garden’s signature garden. Janet Rosenburg & Studio was commissioned for the project to…

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Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site

Confluence of the Lairet and Saint Charles Rivers, Quebec City, Quebec

Cartier-Brébeuf is a cultural heritage landscape that commemorates the time in 1535-1536 when Jacques Cartier and his shipmates wintered near…

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Park Lofts former Annette Street Baptist Church (1888)

200 Annette Street, Toronto, Ontario

The cultural heritage value of this modest, designated church is attributed to its Arts and Crafts-influenced design and its place…

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Red River College School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts former Union Bank Tower (1906) and Annex (1920)

504 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Located in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District, the original Union Bank Tower was the city’s first skyscraper. It was designed in…

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Jean-Talon Station/Loblaws (1931)

395 Jean-Talon Street West, Montreal, Quebec

A Neo-Classical design with Art Deco ornamentation, Jean-Talon Station operated as a railway depot until 1984. It was then purchased…

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Forts-et-Châteaux-Saint-Louis, National Historic Site (1620-1832)

Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City, Quebec

The Forts-et-Châteaux-Saint-Louis NHS lies beneath the Dufferin Terrace within the historic district of Old Québec, UNESCO World Heritage Site. It…

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McLeod Building (1912)

10134-100 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

The only terra cotta-clad structure in Edmonton, the nine-storey McLeod Building was designed in the Chicago School style by J.K….

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Chinese Freemasons Building (1907)

5 West Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Built in 1907, the Chinese Freemasons Building is the only building with a “Chinatown” character on Pender Street. The rehabilitation…

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Library of Parliament (1859-1876)

111 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Perched on top of a steep cliff overlooking the Ottawa River, the Library of Parliament remains the most important example…

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Harbour Commission Building/Club 357c (1875)

357 de la Commune West, Montreal, Québec

A landmark in Old Montreal since 1875, the Italianate style building was designed by Hopkins and Wily and operated as…

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Historic BMO Building (1910)

159 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario

Designed in the Beaux-Arts style, this heritage designated bank anchors a key corner of Oakville’s downtown. The project involved restoring…

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St. Clement’s Anglican Church (1891-1958)

70 St. Clement Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

The goal of this rehabilitation project (2004-2007) was to revitalize and reposition St. Clement’s as an open, welcoming place of…

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Pacific Central Station (1919)

1150 Station Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Designed by Pratt & Ross Architects, the Pacific Central Station’s heritage character is defined by its Beaux-Arts monumentality, the elegance…

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The Ottawa South Community Centregra former Graham Fire Station #10 (1921)

260 Sunnyside Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

Designed by renowned Ottawa architect Werner E. Noffke in a Spanish Colonial style, the fire station operated until 1974. Vacant…

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Quebec City

Quebec

For the fourth consecutive year, the Heritage Canada Foundation has awarded the Prince of Wales Prize to a deserving local…

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Town of Perth

Ontario

For the fifth consecutive year, the Foundation has awarded The Prince of Wales Prize to a deserving local government that…

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City of Charlottetown

Prince Edward Island

As the birthplace of Confederation and capital of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown has earned national and provincial historic prominence. For…

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City of St. John’s

Newfoundland and Labrador

As the oldest community in Newfoundland and one of the earliest European settlements in North America, the City of St….

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St. Michael’s Cathedral Conservation

Toronto, Ontario

The seven-year rehabilitation of the St. Michael’s Cathedral, completed in September 2017, took great pains to respect the integrity of…

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Sambro Island Lighthouse

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Sambro Island Lighthouse began operations in 1760 and it has been in continuous operation since, making it the oldest lighthouse…

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Galpern (Porter) Building

Winnipeg, Manitoba

The rehabilitation of the Porter/Galpern building stands out as a shining example of the capacity of historic buildings to adapt…

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Kingsbridge Centre Project

near Goderich, Ontario

When a 110-year old Catholic church in a rural Ontario community was closed and scheduled to be demolished in 2012,…

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Chapleau Hub

Chapleau, Ontario

As congregations continue to shrink, the question of what to do with old church buildings becomes increasingly pressing. Such a…

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Cambridge Old Post Office and Idea Exchange

Cambridge, Ontario

Until 2012, Cambridge’s 1885 masonry post office, listed as a National Historic Site and located on the bank of the…

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Cheltenham Badlands Visitor Infrastructure Project

Caledon, Ontario

The distinctive geological and cultural landscape of the Cheltenham Badlands has seen a significant increase in popularity in recent years….

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The Academy

Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

When the Annapolis Royal Regional Academy, a beloved 1939 Beaux-Arts school building, was threatened with demolition in 2013, a group…

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