Last updated: 26-02-2006

Connect to heritage groups in your hometown!

You can connect to a great variety of local heritage groups, as well as to official Municipal Heritage Committees. Municipal Heritage Committees are set up under Ontario legislation to advise city council on heritage matters. Usually it is identifiable by its municipal address or website.

Municipal Heritage Committees holds public meetings where you can have your say and hopefully influence your local council.

This database is always growing. The list of cities and heritage entries is not yet complete.
There are currently 466 groups listed in our database.
Can't find yours? See an entry that's wrong or out of date? Let us know!

Ontario Heritage Connection 2006