The Heritage Toronto Awards recognize outstanding contributions to the conservation and promotion of Toronto’s heritage in five categories: Community Heritage, Public History, Historical Writing: Short Publication, Historical Writing: Book, and William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship.
Nominations for all categories have now closed. Check back soon to learn more about the 2017 nominees!
In addition to these five categories, the Heritage Toronto Board may recommend a Special Achievement Award recipient and, for the first time in 2017, a Heritage Toronto Volunteer Service Award recipient.
The 43rd Annual Heritage Toronto Awards will take place Fall 2017. Check back for updates, or sign-up for our e-newsletter to receive regular updates on the Heritage Toronto Awards and other programs.
After 20 years of motivating and thought-provoking presentations, we have decided to take a new look at the Kilbourn Lecture. Over the next year, Heritage Toronto will conduct a study into the feasibility and viability of a stand-alone lecture program to better serve our community.
We continue to be inspired by William Kilbourn’s legacy as an academic, politician, and champion of the arts and humanities who personified the richness of life in Toronto.
CLICK HERE TO LOOK BACK AT THE 2016 HERITAGE TORONTO AWARD WINNERS & EVENT