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Notable early 1900s buildings, such as at 58 Wheatfield Road in Mimico, are ideal candidates for designation under the Ontario Heritage Act

A previous post is entitled: Please send a letter of support before Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 meeting re: 58 Wheatfield Road, Mimico – Intent to Designate under Ontario Heritage Act In a subsequent post, when I have time to complete it, I will speak about the history of land-use decision making in Mimico and other waterfront […]

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Please send a letter of support before Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 meeting re: 58 Wheatfield Road, Mimico – Intent to Designate under Ontario Heritage Act

I am writing to ask you for help, with regard to an urgent and time-sensitive, community-based project aimed at preservation of a key heritage building in Mimico in south Etobicoke. You can make a huge difference by writing a letter (brief or lengthy: every letter matters) before the deadline. It doesn’t matter where you live; […]

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Ormsby-Franceschini Estate now designated under the Ontario Heritage Act

Michael Harrison writes: Good Morning: I just received confirmation that the bylaw designating the Ormsby-Franceschini Estate (Mimico Estates) under the Ontario Heritage Act was passed by Toronto City Council on November 15, 2013. You can download a copy of the bylaw here: http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/bylaws/2013/law1484.pdf Michael Comment This is welcome news, and a highly significant achievement. Background […]

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Details are available regarding the intention to designate Wesley Mimico United Church under the Ontario Heritage Act

The redevelopment of Wesley Mimico United Church has been discussed in previous posts – including in an overview of the decision making process related to the redevelopment. I’ve been following this story, at times closely, since February 2012. The repurposing of church buildings in Toronto has been the subject of extensive research in recent years. […]

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Intention to Designation under the Ontario Heritage Act – Wesley Mimico United Church

Following message is from Michael Harrison: Good Morning: At its meeting of October 3, 2013 the Toronto Preservation Board adopted an amended recommendation (to delete the interior space from the list of historical attributes) from planning staff on the intent to designate the Wesley Mimico United Church under the Ontario Heritage Act. The adopted report […]

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Toronto Preservation Board meeting – Oct. 3, 2013 – Intent to designate Wesley Mimico United Church under Ontario Heritage Act

The following message is from Michael Harrison: Good Morning: A report declaring the intent of the City of Toronto to designate Wesley Mimico United Church under the Ontario Heritage Act will be considered by the Toronto Preservation Board on October 3, 2013. I will be supporting the intent to designate this important Mimico landmark and […]

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The outcome of the Wesley Mimico redevelopment story will depend upon negotiations related to the Ontario Heritage Act

Update A June 4, 2018 CBC article is entitled: “This pastor closed his church: Graham Singh is saving a Montreal church by first closing the doors, then opening them wider than ever.” [End]   The outcome of the Wesley Mimico redevelopment story will depend upon negotiations and discussions related to the Ontario Heritage Act and […]