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38 location(s) found

Battle Hill National Historic Site of Canada
Site of Battle of the Longwoods, 1814; War of 1812 
Wardsville, Ontario
Battle of Cook's Mills National Historic Site of Canada
Site of British victory; War of 1812 
Cook's Mills, Ontario
Battle of the Windmill National Historic Site of Canada
American invasion mission foiled, 1838 
Prescott, Ontario
Battlefield of Fort George National Historic Site of Canada
War of 1812, capture of Fort George by Americans, 1813 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Beausoleil Island National Historic Site of Canada
Representative of the cultural landscape of the Anishinaabeg of the southern Georgian Bay region. A setting for traditional narratives that record the islandís creation and meaning. 
Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada, Ontario
Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada
Important Italianate villa 1840's; home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Prime Minister of Canada (1867-73, 1878-91) 
Kingston, Ontario
Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site of Canada
Birthplace of Dr. Norman Bethune, a national hero to the Chinese and possibly Canada's most prominent international humanitarian 
Gravenhurst, Ontario
Bois Blanc Island Lighthouse and Blockhouse National Historic Site of Canada
Wooden blockhouse part of the defences of Fort Malden, 1839; point of attack by Canadian rebels and their American sympathizers; January 1838 
Bois Blanc Island, Ontario
Butler's Barracks National Historic Site of Canada
Complex represents 150 years of military history 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Carrying Place of the Bay of Quinte National Historic Site of Canada
Site of 1787 treaty between British and Mississauga 
Carrying Place, Ontario
Fort George National Historic Site of Canada
Reconstructed British fort from War of 1812 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
British fort completed 1836 to defend Rideau Canal. 
Historic site not operated by Parks Canada - Fees continue to apply in 2017.
Kingston, Ontario
Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada
19th-century border fortification; Fort Amherstburg; War of 1812 
Amherstburg, Ontario
Fort Mississauga National Historic Site of Canada
19th-century brick tower within star-shaped earthworks; War of 1812 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site of Canada
British military outpost on western frontier, 1796-1812; War of 1812 
St. Joseph Island, Ontario
Fort Wellington National Historic Site of Canada
Military remains of 1813-38 fortifications; War of 1812 
Prescott, Ontario
Glengarry Cairn National Historic Site of Canada
Conical stone monument, with stairway, to the Glengarry and Argyle Regiment, erected in 1840 
Cairn Island, Ontario
HMCS Haida National Historic Site of Canada
Last of World War II tribal class destroyers 
Hamilton, Ontario
Inverarden House National Historic Site of Canada
Important 1816 Regency cottage with fur trade associations 
Cornwall, Ontario
Kingston Fortifications National Historic Site of Canada
Protection for the Royal Naval Dockyard and the entrance to the Rideau Canal; War of 1812 
Kingston, Ontario
Laurier House National Historic Site of Canada
Second Empire home, built in 1878, of two prime ministers of Canada, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King 
Ottawa, Ontario
Merrickville Blockhouse National Historic Site of Canada
Part of lock system of Rideau Canal, 1832-33 
Merrickville, Ontario
Mississauga Point Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada
Site of first lighthouse on great lakes, 1804 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Mnjikaning Fish Weirs National Historic Site of Canada
Largest and best preserved wooden fish weirs known in eastern North America, in use from about 3300 B.C. 
Atherley, Ontario
Murney Tower National Historic Site of Canada
Mid 19th-century British imperial masonry fortification 
Kingston, Ontario
Navy Island National Historic Site of Canada
Archaeological remains related to ship building 
Niagara Falls, Ontario
Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Site of Canada
World's highest hydraulic lift lock, 1896-1904 
Peterborough, Ontario
Point Clark Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada
Imperial tower and lightkeeper's house, 1859. 
Historic site not operated by Parks Canada - Fees continue to apply in 2017.
Amberly, Point Clark, Ontario
Queenston Heights National Historic Site of Canada
Site of 1812 Battle of Queenston Heights; includes Brock Monument; War of 1812 
Queenston, Ontario
Rideau Canal National Historic Site of Canada
Operational canal; 202 km route, 47 locks 
Ottawa / Kingston, Ontario
Ridgeway Battlefield National Historic Site of Canada
Site of battle against Fenian raiders, 1866 
Ridgeway, Ontario
Saint-Louis Mission National Historic Site of Canada
Site of Huron village destroyed by Iroquois in 1649 
Victoria Harbour, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada
First electrically-powered lock, 1888-94 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Shoal Tower National Historic Site of Canada
Mid 19th-century British imperial masonry fortifications 
Kingston, Ontario
Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site of Canada
House of famous Loyalist, 1780s 
Williamstown, Ontario
Southwold Earthworks National Historic Site of Canada
Rare and well-preserved example of an Aboriginal fortified village completely surrounded by earthworks; Attiwandaronk Indian village, circa 1500 AD 
Iona, Ontario
Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada
Operational canal; 386 km route, forty-four locks 
Trenton / Port Severn, Ontario
Woodside National Historic Site of Canada
Boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada (1921-26, 1926-30, 1936-48) 
Kitchener, Ontario