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Hot Off the Press! New Issue of Hēritage Out Now.

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

  • Celebrating the Heritage of Power Generation – Canada is the second-largest producer of hydroelectricity in the world, and we have an impressive legacy of unique purpose-built structures to show for it. Read about small-scale rural installations to large hydro-electric generating plants, dams and substations. And see a sampling of Toronto’s hidden hydro substations. Then let us know about interesting substation designs in your town or city.  Include a photo and we’ll post in on our Flickr site!
  • A Winnipeg Winner – Just steps from the Peg’s famous intersection of Portage and Main, the new Avenue + Hemple redevelopment has converted two historic buildings into needed housing with a modern twist.
  • Endangered Places – Built in 1929 for de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, the Downsview hangar and its aviation museum—one of the most historically significant sites in the development of Canada’s aviation history—is facing the wrecking ball.  

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.