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Nanticoke National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Nanticoke, Ontario Site of militia engagement against American sympathizers, 1813; War of 1812
Napanee Town Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Napanee, Ontario Town hall and market, 1856
John Street Roundhouse (Canadian Pacific) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Large 1929 roundhouse for trains using Union Station
Wolfe Island Township Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Wolfe Island, Ontario Italianate rural town hall, 1856
Peterborough Drill Hall / Armoury National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Peterborough, Ontario Major urban drill hall, 1907-09
McMartin House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Perth, Ontario Loyalist Georgian townhouse design, 1830-39
Guelph City Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Guelph, Ontario Formal, classical civic building; 1856-57
Bethune-Thompson House / White House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Williamstown, Ontario Early Ontario home, begun 1780, historic construction techniques
Willowbank National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Possesses in exterior architecture and landscape the qualities of the Romantic fusion of Classical Revival architecture and the Picturesque
Port Talbot National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Iona, Ontario Centre of 1803 Talbot settlement
Finnish Labour Temple National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Thunder Bay, Ontario An architecturally eclectic building built in 1909-10 to serve as a hall for two Finnish organizations; a socialist Local and a temperance society
Parkhill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Parkhill, Ontario Palaeo-Indian habitation site, circa 8000 BC; discrete features and activities areas represent several aspects of everyday Palaeo-Indian lifeways
Battle of Lundy's Lane National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara Falls, Ontario Site of bloodiest battle of War of 1812
Smiths Falls Bascule Bridge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Smiths Falls, Ontario Oldest surviving structure of its type, 1912-13
Battlefield of Fort George National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario War of 1812, capture of Fort George by Americans, 1813
McQuesten House / Whitehern National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Fine town house with walled garden, 1850
Lynnwood/Campbell-Reid House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Simcoe, Ontario Mid 19th-century Neoclassical residence
St. Marys Junction Railway Station (Grand Trunk) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) St. Marys Junction, Ontario Grand Trunk railway station, 1854-56
Balmoral Fire Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Rare Queen Anne Revival fire hall, 1911
Bell Homestead National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brantford, Ontario Location of important events in Alexander Graham Bell's life
Belle Vue National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario Military residence in Palladian style, 1816-19
Parliament Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Seat of Canadian government, Gothic Revival complex, 1859-65
Sheguiandah National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Manitoulin Island, Ontario Aboriginal peoples came to quarry the local outcrops of quartzite, leaving an integrated cultural and environmental record
Macdonell-Williamson House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Chute à Blondeau / Pointe-Fortune, Ontario Stone Palladian residence of prominent fur trader, 1817-19
Stratford City Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Stratford, Ontario Picturesque civic building, 1898-1900
Mnjikaning Fish Weirs National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Atherley, Ontario Largest and best preserved wooden fish weirs known in eastern North America, in use from about 3300 B.C.
Middlesex County Court House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Castellated Gothic Revival court house; 1827-31
Pic River Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Pic River, Ontario Complex of pre-contact Woodland culture sites
Vrooman's Battery National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Queenston, Ontario Key gun emplacement earthwork in Battle of Queenston Heights; War of 1812
Glengarry House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cornwall, Ontario Home of Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonell, gallant officer in the Royal Highland Emigrants; first speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada
Point Frederick Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Major British naval base on Lake Ontario during the War of 1812; now Royal Military College
Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Stratton, Ontario Religious and ceremonial site for 2,000 years; Rainy River Mounds
Glengarry Landing National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Edenvale, Ontario Site of building of flotilla of British vessels used in 1814 campaign; War of 1812
Former Hamilton Customs House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Elegant Italianate customs building, 1858-60
Matheson House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Perth, Ontario Outstanding example of early Scottish-Canadian architecture, 1840; home of Honourable Roderick Matheson, original owner, prominent citizen of Perth and one of the Dominion's first senators
Aberdeen Pavilion National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Only large-scale exhibition building in Canada surviving from the 19th century, 1898
Maplelawn & Gardens National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Neoclassical residence with walled garden, 1831-34
Montgomery's Tavern National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Headquarters of leaders of 1837 rebellion
Battle of the Windmill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Prescott, Ontario American invasion mission foiled, 1838
Fort Mississauga National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario 19th-century brick tower within star-shaped earthworks, built to replace Fort George; War of 1812
Barnum House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Grafton, Ontario Neoclassic domestic architecture, circa 1820
François Bâby House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Windsor, Ontario Classically-inspired residence linked to War of 1812; abandoned during British withdrawal, October 1813
Backhouse Grist Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Rowan, Ontario One of the oldest and best preserved small water-powered establishments, 1798
Canal Lake Concrete Arch Bridge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Bolsover, Ontario Early use of concrete in bridge construction
Bois Blanc Island Lighthouse and Blockhouse National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario Wooden blockhouse part of the defences of Fort Malden, 1839; point of attack by Canadian rebels and their American sympathizers; January 1838
Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons Mission National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Midland, Ontario Headquarters of Jesuit mission to Hurons from 1639-49
Fort Erie National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Fort Erie, Ontario Americans attack Fort Erie Redoubts, War of 1812; rebuilt 1937-39 by Niagara Parks Commission
Algonquin Provincial Park National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada's first provincial park, established in 1893
Banting House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Documented and recognized as the site of the defining moment of the discovery of insulin
Heliconian Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Carpenter's Gothic Revival; home of the Heliconian Club, established in 1909 and unique in Canada as a club for professional women from a variety of artistic disciplines
Parkwood National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Oshawa, Ontario World War I - era grand estate with gardens
Sharon Temple National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Sharon, Ontario Elegant temple of Davidite sect, 1825-32
Kingston Navy Yard National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Centre of British naval power on Lake Ontario, first for the Provincial Marine on Lake Ontario 1789-1813; administered by the Admiralty till its closure in 1853; War of 1812
Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) St. Joseph Island, Ontario British military outpost on western frontier, 1796-1812; British set out from here to attack Michilmackinac; War of 1812
Ossossané Sites National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ossossané Beach, Ontario Principal village of Bear Clan of Hurons
Ruthven Park National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cayuga, Ontario Fine Picturesque country estate laid out by entrepreneur David Thompson, 1845
Ermatinger House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Early northwest Ontario stone fur trade residence, 1814-23
Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Gravenhurst, Ontario Birthplace of Doctor Norman Bethune; of symbolic significance to the Chinese and possibly Canada's most prominent international humanitarian
Kingston Penitentiary National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Oldest penitentiary in Canada, begun in 1834
Mount Pleasant Cemetery National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Outstanding example of picturesque designed landscape
Merrickville Blockhouse National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Merrickville, Ontario Constructed for the protection of this lock station on the Rideau Canal, 1832-33
Sir John A. Macdonald Gravesite National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Burial site of Canada's first Prime Minister (1867-73, 1878-91), Father of Confederation
Fort Sainte Marie II National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Christian Island, Ontario Established in 1649, it was the last Jesuit mission for the Huron-Wendat in this area, 1649-50
Public Grounds of the Parliament Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Terraced grounds of Canadian Parliament Buildings by Calvert Vaux, 1873-75
Queenston Heights National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario This designation has been identified for review
Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Nurses' residence, central to the nursing culture, 1903-04
Beausoleil Island National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada, Ontario Representative of the cultural landscape of the Anishinaabeg of the southern Georgian Bay region; setting for traditional narratives
Fulford Place National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brockville, Ontario Eclectic mansion with original furnishings and grounds, 1899-00
Eglinton Theatre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Fine Art Deco suburban cinema
Normandale Furnace National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Normandale, Ontario Site of early Ontario iron smelting, 1818-50
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Guelph, Ontario Outstanding example of High Victorian Gothic church, 1876
Royal Botanical Gardens National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Important teaching and research gardens and conservation area
Whitefish Island National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Ojibwa historic site
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
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
Central Experimental Farm National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Cultural landscape reflecting the 19th-century philosophy of agriculture
John R. Booth Residence National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Outstanding Queen Anne Revival style residence, 1909
Battle of Chippawa National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Chippawa, Ontario Site of 1814 battle in which American regulars defeat British; War of 1812
Inverarden House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cornwall, Ontario Important 1816 Regency cottage; built for retired fur trader John McDonald of Garth, an aggressive and successful North West Company wintering partner
Elizabeth Cottage National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Gothic Revival villa, 1841-43
Eaton's 7th Floor Auditorium and Round Room National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Art Deco style concert hall and restaurant, 1928-31; unique venue for important national and local artistic and cultural events
Gooderham and Worts Distillery National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Significant mid 19th-century industrial complex
Butler's Barracks National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Complex represents 150 years of military history; part of Fort George complex, captured by Americans, May 1813; War of 1812
Sandyford Place National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Typical mid 19th-century middle class row housing, 1856
Ridout Street Complex National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Important group of early commercial and residential buildings
Battle Hill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Wardsville, Ontario Site of raid by Americans on small advancing British force, 1814; War of 1812
Billy Bishop Boyhood Home National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Owen Sound, Ontario Only surviving property in Canada strongly associated with the renowned First World War flying ace
Burlington Heights National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Key position and supply depot for the defence of the Niagara peninsula, War of 1812 battle site
Niagara Apothecary National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Confederation-era pharmacy
Rideau Hall and Landscaped Grounds National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Residence of Governor General, with estate in British Natural style, begun in 1838
St. Anne's Anglican Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Contains paintings executed in 1923 by ten prominent artists, including three of the Group of Seven, built 1907-08
Fort Norfolk National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Turkey Point, Ontario Site of unfinished British navy yard and fort, 1813; War of 1812
Kingston City Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Landmark Neoclassical civic building on waterfront
Old Kingston Post Office National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Elegant Italianate post office, 1856-59
Wolseley Barracks National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Important early military training and residential facility