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Owner of Somerset House would rather tear it down, build a replica buildingFriday, November 16, 2018
OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Jon Willing
The owner of Somerset House, the ramshackle building at a landmark downtown intersection, says he wants to demolish it and construct something that reflects...
Magee House decision drawing near, city saysThursday, November 15, 2018Councillor Expresses Frustration Over Delay
CBC NEWS, By Joanne Chianello
The city should make a definitive decision on whether it will demolish a privately owned heritage building in...
Magee House owner prepared for court fight if city orders demolitionThursday, November 15, 2018
OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Jon Willing
Ovidio Sbrissa is prepared to fight city hall if Ottawa’s chief building official orders the total destruction of his Magee House in Hintonburg.
MacKenzie and McEachern: Changes are needed to protect Ottawa’s heritage districtsWednesday, November 14, 2018
OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Liz MacKenzie and Gail McEachern
Ottawa has 20 heritage conservation districts, ranging in size from the enclave of 23 modernist houses in Briarcliffe and small parts of...
Owner of two crumbling heritage buildings in Montreal forced by judge to take actionSunday, November 4, 2018
CTV NEWS Montreal
The City of Montreal is celebrating a big win after a Superior Court judge has compelled the owner of two crumbling heritage buildings to take action.
Historic building's owner seeks Eleventh-hour reprieveTuesday, October 30, 2018Magee House in Hintonburg slated for demolition by Nov. 15
CBC NEWS, By Kate Porter
The owner of Magee House is once again vowing to save the historic building, barely two weeks before it's...
Heritage Ottawa Asks the Municipal Candidates Where They Stand on HeritageMonday, October 22, 2018
The municipal elections on October 22 provided an opportunity to consider the vital role of heritage places in our urban, suburban and rural environments.
Free Symposium Considers Sustainable Heritage Conservation, Architectural Salvage and ReuseThursday, October 11, 2018
Carleton University’s School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies is hosting a free symposium, HERITAGE IN REVERSE: Material Values, Waste and Deconstruction, to be held...
New Report Calls for Changes to Better Protect Ottawa's Heritage DistrictsThursday, October 11, 2018
A new report by award-winning heritage conservation expert Julian Smith expresses concerns that the integrity of Ottawa's designated Heritage Conservation Districts is being...
Heritage experts say homeowners need greater incentives to keep up their propertiesWednesday, October 10, 2018
CAPITAL CURRENT, By Jackie Bastianon, Michael Charlebois, Caroline Mercer
On a bright autumn day in Hintonburg, pedestrians cross Wellington Street to avoid a stretch of sidewalk that has...