Archives for June, 2016

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FOUNDATIONS of DEMOCRACY

Article by Michael Prokopow
Vice-Regal Mansions in Canada

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HORTLY AFTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU was elected Prime Ministerdesignate in October, 2015, a story surfaced in the press about whether or not...
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SHARDS of IDENTITY

Article by Lorraine Flanigan
Piecing Together Domestic Fragments

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HE YEAR WAS 1697, and Pierre le Moyne d’Iberville led his French soldiers to Carbonear, one of the oldest settlements in...
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Chalk LINES

Article by Lorraine Johnson
The Social and Architectural Restoration of Galt’s Old Post Office

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LASSROOM NOTES written on a school chalkboard are intended, by nature and by material, for...
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Shelf LIFE

Article by Jules Torti
The Social and Architectural Restoration of Galt’s Old Post Office

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OFFEE HOUSES AND LIBRARIES have long been gathering grounds for community movers and shakers. Acting...
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GEORGE STEPHEN

Article by Alexander Reford
A Client and His Commissions

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HEN WE THINK ABOUT ARCHITECTURE, we most often think about the building and the architect who designed it. Less often...
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Maritime MEDIEVAL

Article by John Leroux
Building Fragments on the Bluffs

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ETWEEN 1841 AND 1859, Herbert Minton of Stoke-Upon-Trent, England, presented vast amounts of beautiful inlaid ceramic floor and wall tiles...
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A FOLLY in TIME

Article by Tatum Taylor
Building Fragments on the Bluffs

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T THE EDGE OF THE SCARBOROUGH BLUFFS, where Toronto meets Lake Ontario, remnants of the city’s past rest in peace....
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