Last night, Heritage Toronto announced the recipients of the 37th Annual Heritage Toronto Awards. The awards were presented to industry professionals and associations, as well as individuals and community organizations for their exceptional contributions and exploits towards the preservation of Toronto's heritage and historical landmarks. The ceremony, which was presented by Woodcliffe Landmark Properties, was held at Koerner Hall, the Royal Conservatory of Music.

This year the recipients were solicited from the public in four categories:

1) Wlliam Greer Arcitectural Conservation and Craftsmanship Category

Award of Excellence

John Street Roundhouse, 225 Bremner Blvd. Commissioned by: City of Toronto

Seventh Post Office, No. 10 Toronto Street  Commissioned by: Karmic Holdings Inc.

Award of Merit

Shops of Summerhill, 1095 - 1103 Yonge St.  Commissioned by: Woodcliffe Landmark Properties


Shops of Summerhill (image courtesy of Heritage Toronto)


Shops of Summerhill (image courtesy of Heritage Toronto)

2) Book Category

Award of Merit

Imagining Toronto  Author: Amy Lavender Harris

Defiant Spirits: The Modernist Revolution of the Group of Seven  Author: Ross King

Stroll: Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto  Author: Shawn Micallef

Defiant Spirits by Ross King

3) Media Category

Award of Excellence

The video - Brick by Brick: The Story of the Evergreen Brick Works  Author/Director: Catherine Annuau

The website -  Author/Director: Paul Nguyen

Brick by Brick directed by Catherine Annuau

4) Community Heritage Award


  • The Psychiatric Survivor Archives of Toronto
  • The Wellington Place Neighbourhood Association
  • The York Pioneer and Historical Society

The York Pioneer and Historical Society

For more information or a complete list of the nominees and award recipients, as well as photos, visit