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Pegahmagabow, Francis National Historic Person (NHS) Wasauksing First Nation, Ontario
Margaree Harbour Front Range Lighthouse (HL) Inverness, Nova Scotia Margaree Harbour Front Range Lighthouse is a traditional, square tapered wooden tower, standing 6.8 metres (22 feet). It is one of a pair of secondary range lighthouses constructed in 1900 to guide ve...
Margaree Harbour Rear Range Lighthouse (HL) Inverness, Nova Scotia Margaree Harbour Rear Range Lighthouse is a traditional, square tapered wooden tower, standing 10.15 metres (33 feet). It is one of a pair of secondary coastal range lighthouses constructed in 1900 to...
Truro Old Normal College (NHS) Truro, Quebec A major landmark in downtown Truro, this impressive, three-storey brick building designed by Nova Scotia architect Henry Frederick Busch is an excellent example of Second Empire architecture, it featu...
Kahgegagahbowh (George Copway) National Historic Person (NHS) Hastings, Ontario Kahgegagahbowh was an early Anishinaabe author of popular non-fiction books in the late 1840s and early 1850s, which expressed pride in his nation, engaged with Victorian and Romantic literatures to c...
Hart Massey House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario The Hart Massey House is a striking single-family residence in the International style. Built in 1959, on a shallow sloping lot at the side of McKay Lake in Ottawa’s Rockcliffe Park Village. In form, ...
Ouimet, Léo-Ernest National Historic Person (NHS) Montréal, Quebec Ouimet was a movie theatre operator, film distributor, film maker, and producer in the first decades of the 20th century. In an age when films were still novelties shown at fairgrounds, Ouimet showed ...
Isaacs Harbour Lighthouse (HL) Guysborough County, Nova Scotia The Isaacs Harbour Lighthouse is a 12.8 metre (42 feet), two-storey combined lighthouse and keepers’ dwelling which guides vessels into Isaacs Harbour. Located on the southeast coast of Nova Scotia, i...
Park House (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario Park House, is an eighteenth century combined dwelling and warehouse constructed of timber using a traditional French-Canadian building method, known as pièce sur pièce. This one-and-a-half-storey ho...