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Cataraqui Cemetery National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario An attractive and well preserved example of a medium-sized rural cemetery characterized by its uneven topography and naturalistic landscape; laid out in the Picturesque manner
National Arts Centre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Outstanding example of a performing arts centre in Canada for its overall design
Kingston Dry Dock National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Important port and ship building centre on the Great Lakes, built in 1890; World War II corvettes made here
Belleville Railway Station (Grand Trunk) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Belleville, Ontario Typical mid 19th-century Grand Trunk design, 1855-56
Christ Church, Her Majesty's Chapel Royal of the Mohawk National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Indian Reserve, Ontario Historic royal chapel linked with establishment of Mohawk Peoples in Ontario, 1843
Fort Wellington National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Prescott, Ontario British defence post on St. Lawrence River; War of 1812; military remains of 1813-38 fortifications
Maple Leaf Gardens National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario One of the most renowned "shrines" in the history of hockey and home to the Toronto Maple Leafs for sixty-eight years
Amherstburg Navy Yard National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario British naval yard, 1796-1813; burned and abandoned by British, occupied by Americans until 1815; War of 1812
Fort York National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Military buildings among oldest in Toronto, built 1813-15; occupied by Americans twice during War of 1812
Point Abino Light Tower National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Crystal Beach, Ontario Aesthetically enriched reinforced concrete lighthouse, Neoclassical style, 1917-18
Fairfield on the Thames National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Bothwell, Ontario Site of Delaware Mission, attacked and destroyed by Americans after their victory at the Battle of the Thames in 1813; War of 1812
Walker Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Onondaga, Ontario Large Iroquoian site, historic Attiwandaronk tribe
Thistle Ha' Farm National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Pickering, Ontario Key role in improving stock breeding in 19th-century
Earnscliffe National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Longtime Ottawa home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Prime Minister of Canada (1867-73, 1878-91), built 1855-57
Hamilton and Scourge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Lake Ontario, Ontario American gunships capsized and sunk in 1813; War of 1812
Niagara-on-the-Lake National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Best collection of buildings in Canada from the period following the war of 1812, that is, the period from 1815 to 1859
Nazrey African Methodist Episcopal Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario Vernacular stone chapel associated with the Underground Railroad and Bishop Willis Nazery; 1848
Toronto Power Generating Station National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara Falls, Ontario Important early power project in elegant Beaux-Arts building to supply the Toronto market; opened 1906
Algoma Central Engine House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario First in Canada to have internal turntable, 1912
Royal Botanical Gardens National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Important teaching and research gardens and conservation area
Her Majesty's / St. Paul's Chapel of the Mohawks National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brantford, Ontario First Protestant church in Upper Canada, 1785
Woodside National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kitchener, Ontario Boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada (1921-26, 1926-30, 1936-48)
Erland Lee (Museum) Home National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Stoney Creek, Ontario Site of the drafting of the constitution of the first Women's Institute
Carrying Place of the Bay of Quinte National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Carrying Place, Ontario Site of 1787 treaty between British and Mississauga
Gillies Grove and House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Arnprior, Ontario Old-growth white pine forest and country house
Kensington Market National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Microcosm of Canada's ethnic mosaic
Toronto Island Airport Terminal Building National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Rare early terminal for civilian air travel, 1938-39
Notre-Dame Roman Catholic Basilica National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario French inspired Gothic Revival church, 1841-53
Claverleigh National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Creemore, Ontario Gothic Revival villa in wood, 1871
Shoal Tower National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Mid 19th-century British imperial masonry fortifications
Griffin House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Associated with Black settlement in British North America during the first half of the 19th century; rare surviving example of residential vernacular architecture typical in Upper Canada
Diefenbunker / Central Emergency Government Headquarters National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Cold War bunker, symbol of nuclear deterrence strategy
Chiefswood National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Six Nations Grand River Reserve, Ontario Italianate style birthplace of poet E. Pauline Johnson, 1853-56
Bead Hill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Only known remaining and intact 17th-century Seneca site in Canada
Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Electric Development National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Queenston, Ontario First large hydro project in world, 1917-25
Penman Textile Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Paris, Ontario Knitting mill complex, the first and most important plant of the Penman Manufacturing Company, long the largest Canadian knitting firm, 1874
Moose Factory Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Moose Factory, Ontario Second Hudson's Bay Company post in Canada, 1673
Whitefish Island National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Ojibwa historic site
Old Stone Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Beaverton, Ontario Fine simple rural 19th-century Protestant church, 1840-53
Former Hamilton Railway Station (Canadian National) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Rare surviving example of a railway station complex of the interwar years
Wellington County House of Industry and Refuge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Fergus, Ontario Oldest known state-supported poorhouse, precursor of 20th-century state welfare programs
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) St. George, Ontario Childhood home of activist and organizer Adelaide Hunter Hoodless
Etharita Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Duntroon, Ontario Main village of Wolf Tribe of Petun, 1647-49
Laurier House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Second Empire home, built in 1878, of two prime ministers of Canada, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King
Amherstburg First Baptist Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario A principal Underground Railroad-related African Canadian church in Upper Canada
Osgoode Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Elegant seat of courts and law society, begun in 1829, role of law in protecting Underground Railroad refugees from extradition
Battle of Beaver Dams National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Thorold, Ontario Site of 1813 British victory (Laura Secord); War of 1812
Central Experimental Farm National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Cultural landscape reflecting the 19th-century philosophy of agriculture
Victoria Hall / Cobourg Town Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cobourg, Ontario Ornate mid 19th-century multi-purpose town hall
John R. Booth Residence National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Outstanding Queen Anne Revival style residence, 1909