Daniel Ross

Historian of the city, politics, and society

Toronto Heritage Awards

Website-Header-v2-no-logoEvery year, the Toronto Heritage Awards celebrate people and groups who have made a significant contribution to city-building through heritage work. I’m delighted to have been nominated–along with Jay Young–for a blog post we wrote together on the idea of a city museum for Toronto. It’s an honour! You can read more about my post and some of the other nominees in this short article in the Bloor West Villager. Although I’m in New York City and will miss the awards ceremony and William Kilbourn lecture on October 13th, I’m sure the night will be a success.

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This entry was posted on September 28, 2015 by in Active History, awards, Toronto and tagged , .

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