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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
Old Woodstock Town Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Woodstock, Ontario Classically inspired civic structure, 1853
Perth Town Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Perth, Ontario Stately multi-purpose town hall, 1863-64
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
Studio Building National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Earliest purpose-built artist studio in Canada representing the visions of a young generation of Canadian artists, 1914
St. Jude's Anglican Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brantford, Ontario Important arts and crafts, decorative painted interior, 1871
Royal Flying Corps Hangars National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) CFB Borden, Ontario Rare World War I aviation hangars; 1917
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
Fort Drummond National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Queenston, Ontario Redoubt and battery; built to defend the main portage road from Chippawa to Queenston during the War of 1812
Sandyford Place National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Typical mid 19th-century middle class row housing, 1856
Saint-Louis Mission National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Victoria Harbour, Ontario 1649 destruction of Saint-Louis and Saint-Ignace II sealed the fate of the Huron/Wendat confederacy
Homer Watson House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kitchener, Ontario Murals and home of landscape painter H. Watson
Joseph Schneider Haus National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kitchener, Ontario Associated with migration of Pennsylvania-German Mennonites from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1816
Ridout Street Complex National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Important group of early commercial and residential buildings
Former Almonte Post Office National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Almonte, Ontario Early federal architecture in a small community
George Brown House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Home of Canadian statesman George Brown; involved in ablotitionist and Underground Railroad activities; Second Empire style
Gouinlock Buildings / Early Exhibition Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Largest extant group of early 20th-century exhibition buildings
Old Toronto City Hall and York County Court House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Monumental Richardsonian Romanesque Revival sandstone city hall, 1889-99
Royal Conservatory of Music National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Far-reaching influence on music education in Canada
University College National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Impressive Romanesque Revival building, foundation of University of Toronto, 1856-59
Kingston Customs House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Elegant Italianate customs house, 1856-59
Glanmore / Phillips-Faulkner House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Belleville, Ontario Fine Second Empire style mansion; 1882-83
Oro African Methodist Episcopal Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Oro-Medonte, Ontario Last built remnant of African Canadian community uniquely rooted in the history of United Empire Loyalists
The Grange National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Early 19th-century residence in British classical tradition
Mazinaw Pictographs National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Bon Echo Provincial Park, Ontario Largest Algonkian pictograph site in Canada; largest rock art site on the southern Canadian Shield
Forbes Textile Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cambridge, Ontario For a time in the early decades of the twentieth century, it was the largest woollen and worsted mill in Canada; 1863
Metallic Roofing Company Offices National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Beaux-Arts style; rare Canadian building whose interior and exterior comprise a three-dimensional catalogue of architectural sheet metal products; 1896
Homewood National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Maitland, Ontario Fine 1800 fieldstone Palladian residence
Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario British fort to defend Rideau Canal; completed 1836
Port Hope Capitol Theatre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Hope, Ontario Remarkable example of an atmospheric theatre located in a small town, rare example of its kind still in operation in Canada
Buxton Settlement National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Buxton, Ontario Farming community established by Underground Railroad refugees
Battle of Cook's Mills National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cook's Mills, Ontario One of final battles of the War of 1812, Americans prevail in battle but later withdrew to Fort Erie
War of 1812 Shipwrecks National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Rare examples of the most powerful British warships built in Canada during the War of 1812;
Canadian Car & Foundry National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Thunder Bay, Ontario Representative of the wartime contributions made by thousands of women; played an important role in the mass-transit manufacturing industry
Former Elora Drill Shed National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Elora, Ontario Early phase of drill hall construction in Canada, 1865
Fort William National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Thunder Bay, Ontario Site of North West Company post, 1803
Pointe au Baril National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Maitland, Ontario Last two French warships on Lake Ontario built on site; 'Iroquoise' and 'Outaouaise'
Former Bowmanville Boys Training School/Camp 30 National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Bowmanville, Ontario A reformatory for boys, known as the Bowmanville Boys Training School, develooped in the 1920s. In 1941, it was converted to an internment camp for prisoners of war captured by the Allies, and was renamed Camp 30.
Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Leaskdale, Ontario Home of Lucy Maud Montgomery from 1911-26, built circa 1886
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
Central Chambers National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Fine Queen Anne Revival commercial block, 1890-91
Former Archives Building National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario First national archives, Tudor Revival style, 1904-06
Rosamond Woollen Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Almonte, Ontario One of the largest mills in Canada, begun in 1866
Hillary House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Aurora, Ontario Picturesque gothic style, 1861-62
Cobalt Mining District National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cobalt, Ontario Hard rock mining cultural landscape of the early 20th-century
Royal Alexandra Theatre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Lavish Beaux-Arts playhouse, 1906-07
Union Station (Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Monumental Beaux-Arts railway station, 1915-20
Thunder Bay Tourist Pagoda National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Thunder Bay, Ontario Whimsical information kiosk, 1909
Murney Tower National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Mid 19th-century British imperial masonry fortification
Smiths Falls Railway Station (Canadian Northern) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Smiths Falls, Ontario Decorative 1914 Canadian Northern Railway station
HMCS Haida National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Last of World War II tribal class destroyers
Donaldson Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Chippawa Hill, Ontario Largest and best-documented Saugeen Complex site known, representing many aspects of Middle Woodland (200 BC – 900 AD) life