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Towards a new Ontario Heritage Act

Ontario. Advisory Committee on New Heritage Legislation

Towards a new Ontario Heritage Act

a working paper

by Ontario. Advisory Committee on New Heritage Legislation

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Published by Ministry of Culture and Communications in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- Ontario.,
  • Art and state -- Ontario.,
  • Ontario -- Cultural policy -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementas revised by the Minister"s Advisory Committee.
    ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Culture and Communications.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54 p. ;
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18664742M

    Ontario Heritage Act. Bonnie Braes, located southwest to the property at Creditview Road, and Springbrook Valley School, located at Queen Street West, are listed on the Municipal Heritage Register. The Churchville Conservation Heritage District is located approximately km to the southeast, and the historic village of. Introduction to Part II. Part II of the Ontario Heritage Act sets out the objects and powers of the Ontario Heritage Trust.. Prior to Bill 60, the Ontario Heritage Trust was named the Ontario Heritage Foundation. Bill 60 also made several amendments in relation to the administration and powers of the Ontario Heritage Trust, including.

    The first step towards heritage preservation is generally making a list of those properties in the community that are of architectural and/or historic interest. Heritage Designation The Province, through the Ontario Heritage Act, gives municipalities the authority to grant legal recognition to properties of historic and/or architectural. in the matter of the ontario heritage act, r.s.o. , chapter , as amended, and in the matter of the lands and premises at dwight beach road – lemmon house – hemmingsen property, township of franklin, now in the township of lake of bays in the province of ontario.

    Ontario Heritage Act for the property at 5 Avonwick Gate (Senator Frank at the west end of the property was demolished and a new school was constructed near the east side of the site, directly north of the Senator Frank O’Connor House, Garage and Outbuilding. Heritage Register The Ontario Heritage Act requires the Town to maintain a Heritage Register of all designated heritage properties as well as ‘listed’ non-designated properties. I should stress that ‘listing’ a property on the Heritage Register is not heritage designation. Listing a property on the Heritage Register is an administrative.


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Ontario Heritage Act Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O.c. The Ontario Heritage Act came into force in Its purpose: to give municipalities and the provincial government powers to preserve the heritage of Ontario. Its primary focus: to protect heritage properties and archaeological sites.; Important provisions.

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Meadowvale Village Heritage Conservation District Plan and to repeal By-law WHEREAS pursuant to Section 41(1).of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.0Chapterthe Council of a municipality may by by-law designate the municipality or any defined area or areas thereof as a heritage conservation district.

Town council voted unanimously in favour of designating the golf course – which has hosted the Canadian Open more times than any other – under the Ontario Heritage Act.

Jan 31,  · 5 The Ontario Heritage Foundation is a non-share capital corporation that advises the Minister of Culture in the administration of the Ontario Heritage Act regarding the conservation, protection and preservation of the heritage of Ontario.

The powers of the. The OHA Register features a searchable database that provides information about properties in Ontario that have been designated using the Ontario Heritage Act (OHA).

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No amendments. This is the English version of a bilingual regulation. May 31,  · Dan Schneider is a heritage enthusiast, policy wonk, writer and professional heritage consultant. He was formerly senior policy advisor with the provincial culture ministry and has a long experience with the Ontario Heritage Act.

A lawyer by training, he was lead policy expert on major changes to the Ontario Heritage Act in and Ontario Heritage Act R.S.O.

CHAPTER O Consolidation Period: From December 15, to the e-Laws currency date. Last amendment:c. 33, Sched. 11, s. Skip Table of Contents CONTENTS 1. Definitions PART I HERITAGE CONSERVATION, PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION 2. Administration of Act 3.

Employees PART II ONTARIO HERITAGE TRUST 4. Page 1 of 12 Clause (6), Report Number4 By-Law Number A By-Law to enact a Heritage Conservation Easement over lands located at 9 North Street, pursuant to the provisions of the Ontario Heritage Act (R.S.O.8). Inthe Government of Ontario passed comprehensive amendments to the Ontario Heritage Act.

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ONTARIO HERITAGE Chap. CHAPTER An Act to provide for the Conservation, Protection and Preservation of the Heritage of Ontario Assented to February 6th, 5 HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of .the property at 2 Temperance Street and upon the Ontario Heritage Trust and to cause notice of this by-law to be and to cause notice of this by-law to be posted on the City’s web site for a period of 30 days in accordance with Municipal Code ChapterNotice, Public, Article II, §Notice requirements under the Ontario Heritage Act.A Few Old Barns.

by George W. J. Duncan, published by The Ontario Historical Society Reviewed in February George Duncan is Senior Heritage Planner for the City of Markham, which means he works on the northern frontier of the Greater Toronto Area’s ever-expanding urban and suburban development where it continues to overflow into Southern Ontario’s beleaguered farmland.