Ontario Heritage Trust

Type: Organization
Name: Ontario Heritage Trust
First reported Oct 25 2014 - Updated Oct 25 2014 - 1 reports

Canadian Apple Farmer Uses Helicopter to Save Crops from Frost

Here's a MacGeo Quiz for you:Player utilitiesMcIntosh apples or Macs are named after Scottish-Canadian farmer John McIntosh, who's credited with discovering this variety or cultivar back around 1800.According to the local Ontario Heritage Trust plaqu ... [Published Public Radio International - Oct 25 2014]
First reported Oct 10 2014 - Updated Oct 10 2014 - 1 reports

City of Toronto has a new film sector development officer

The City of Toronto has hired a film sector development officer to help support and enhance the City’s relationships with screen-based industries locally, nationally and internationally. Michele Alosinac started work with the City this week.“We are looking ... [Published Newz4U.net - Oct 10 2014]
First reported Oct 02 2014 - Updated Oct 02 2014 - 1 reports

Meet 2014 Huntsville election candidate Sue Ashley

This biography was written and submitted by the candidate.HUNTSVILLE – "Ms. Ashley opened House by the Locks Antiques on Brunel Road when she retired from RBC in 2010. Sue had a 37 year career with RBC that spanned across 3 provinces and all 3 major cities ... [Published My Kawartha - Oct 02 2014]
First reported Sep 26 2014 - Updated Sep 26 2014 - 1 reports

Restoring Auchmar Estate’s grandeur brick by brick

If he could come back to life, 19th century industrialist Isaac Buchanan might not be too happy to see the condition of the garden walls which wind their way through his historic Auchmar Estate in Hamilton, Ont.Restoration of the walls at Hamilton’s historic ... [Published Daily Commercial News - Sep 26 2014]
First reported Sep 25 2014 - Updated Sep 25 2014 - 1 reports

Get a history lesson during Doors Open Bradford

Do you ever wonder what’s behind the doors of some of the more interesting and older buildings in town? On Saturday, Oct. 4, you’ll get a chance to see.Doors Open Bradford, a Doors Open Ontario event, is happening, with 10 locations for visitors to check ... [Published Midland Mirror - Sep 25 2014]

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"After moving to Canada in 1796 from the United States, John McIntosh acquired a farm near this site in 1811. While clearing the land, he found apple seedlings and transplanted them. The trees grew and produced the famous McIntosh red apples."
HUNTSVILLE – "Ms. Ashley opened House by the Locks Antiques on Brunel Road when she retired from RBC in 2010. Sue had a 37 year career with RBC that spanned across 3 provinces and all 3 major cities as well as many tourist towns in between. The "Lion's" share of those years Sue was a Regional Manager responsible for implementing corporate strategy, leading large teams of professionals, managing large portfolios and, accountable for big budgets. Her last 2 years she worked out of the Huntsville branch as a successful Mortgage Specialist."
...be installed from above in one piece, while the proprietary anchors are encased in a sock which is filled with grout after insertion into the wall. "As the grouted sock expands during grouting, it fills the irregularities over the height of the anchor and bonds to the existing masonry."

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Restoring Auchmar Estate’s grandeur brick by brick [Published Daily Commercial News - Sep 26 2014]
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