Sites 1-22 of 22
A charitable agency of Toronto that contributes to the presentation of heritage programming. Includes news stories, program details, upcoming events, and various heritage resources.
Dedicated to the history of the region. Provides archives, programming, events, projects, publications on the topic.
Specialized in collecting, preserving and displaying artifacts, documents, and photos that relate to the heritage of the Uxbridge Township area.
Official Ontario historical web portal. Providing general information about Canadian heritage.
Golf association with articles about the history of this unique sport.
Educational resources, publications, bulletins available to both members and non-members.
A guideline on tracing the history of your house from the Toronto Public Library.
Preserves and promotes the historical heritage of the area now making up the Town of Oakville.
Devoted to the preservation and restoration of heritage equipment and bring their pain stately restored machinery to display and operate at Steam- Era.
Ws formed to work on behalf of the interests of residents by promoting community spirit providing a forum for discussion and community interaction to protect eclectic neighborhood, enhancing its historical heritage and residential environment with a vibrant mix of town homes.
Information about the annual Toronto Model Railway Show. Includes monthly newsletter, activity list, full division listing with links, and contact information of executive officers.
Promotes an interest in undertaking of study of the history of the Queen's own rifles of Canada in connection with the history of Canada, the Commonwealth and heritage.
Fritz Spiess was known as the Dean of Canadian Cinematographers. After his death on March 12, 1998, the Spiess family set aside his work related documents and commercial reels to be archived for the benefit of future Cinematographers.
Microsoft's encyclopedia offers information about Toronto history, background information and attractions.
DFounded in 1963, The Aurora Historical Society promotes the study of the history of Aurora, preserving historic artifacts in the region.
A restored 19th-century rural Victorian community located in northwest Toronto. The Village re-creates the past with over 35 carefully restored 1860s shops and homes.
Contains an image map of the area surrounding the original Castle Frank. The castle was constructed in 1794 and served as the summer home of Lieutenant Governor Simcoe.