Baby Point Heritage Foundation

bphf-colorThe Baby Point Heritage Foundation grew out of the controversy surrounding the 2010 demolition of 66 Baby Point Road, an Arts and Craft style home built in the 1920s.  With the insight gained during the debate, many residents of the heritage neighbourhood began to work to maintain Baby Point’s original design vision and architectural integrity, in the face of possible future development threats.  In 2013, the Foundation submitted an application to the city to have Baby Point designated as a Heritage Conservation District.  The Foundation maintains a website, and in 2013 published a history of the area to share what they have learned about their neighbourhood, including its rich Aboriginal, French, and natural heritage.

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