A Feb. 27, 2019 Toronto Star article is entitled: “Owners of Hearn site on Toronto waterfront object to heritage designation.”
The opening paragraphs read:
Toronto is moving to protect the Richard L. Hearn Generating Station as a heritage site even though the waterfront property’s new owners are protesting.
The Toronto Preservation Board voted Wednesday to approve a city planning staff recommendation that the decommissioned power plant, including a 70-storey smokestack, be protected under the Ontario Heritage Act from significant alteration or destruction without city approval.
Heritage Toronto: Changing the Narrative – State of Heritage Report 2019
The Hearn site is featured (p. 29) in Changing the Narrative, a State of Heritage Report (2019) released by Heritage Toronto on Feb. 21, 2019.
You can access the report here:
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