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Our Latest Issue of Hēritage Magazine is Now Available!

Our most recent issue has been released and you don’t want to miss it. Here are some highlights:

  • Beyond the Battlefields—Niagara’s historic houses in the War of 1812 – The commemoration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, a nation-building chapter in our history, focuses on the major battles and skirmishes. This article looks beyond the battlefields to some of the historic houses that survived by having been used as military headquarters and hospitals—by both armies.
  • All Aboard! Fredericton’s Union Station is back in business – Read about how a derelict historic train station was given a future by hooking up with a new liquor store—J.D. Irving, Ltd meets NB Liquor.
  • Ontario Place. A Modernist cultural landscape at risk – An internationally renowned urban lakeside park, Toronto’s futuristic site captured the avant-garde architectural ideas of the late 1960s. Its closing for improvements could put the most unique elements at risk.

And don’t miss our regular articles appearing under Up Close, Faces and Places and Heritage Headlines!

SUBSCRIBE! To obtain a copy of this issue of Canada’s only national magazine dedicated to the conservation of heritage buildings and historic places, or to give a gift subscription, visit or email Kevin Parker at or call toll free 1-866-964-1066 ext. 240.

Hēritage Magazine is a bilingual quarterly published by the Heritage Canada Foundation. Its readers include heritage property owners, conservation specialists, advocates, elected officials and others who are committed to keeping historic places alive.

For further information contact:

Carolyn Quinn

Director, Communications and Editor, Hēritage Magazine

613-237-1066 ext. 229; cell 613-797-7206.