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ACO delegates meet with MPP Catherine Fife

ACO Celebrates Heritage Day at Queen's Park, 2015

Summary of Meetings with 27 MPP's

February 18, 2015

General Interest

This document summarizes discussions on February 18, 2015 in meetings with 27 Members of Ontario’s Provincial Parliament from all parties including the Minister of Culture, the Honourable Michael Coteau, as well as with James Janeiro, Senior Policy Assistant to Premier Wynne. The 40 ACO delegates who participated in teams of 3-4 were drawn from ACO membership, the President’s Circle, our provincial executive, branch executives, and Next Gen who travelled across the province to partic...


Shooting Murdoch Mysteries in Guelph Ontario

Economic Benefits of Conservation to the Arts

February 18, 2015

General Interest

The case for conservation in preserving places we want to visit, see in film and on TV. Heritage Conservation creates highly skilled jobs as part of its process and makes an enormous contribution to quality of life and sense of place in our communities. It is also so wonderful to see our communities reflected on the screens.


ACO Interventions to Protect 2013-2015

November 1, 2015

ACO Publications

A summary of ACO interventions across all our branches in 2013-2015, many leading to successful outcomes.


Awards Dinner Program

January 1, 2015

ACO Publications

Profiles of our amazing Award Winners and their projects.


Acorn Fall 2015

Heritage and the Arts

October 1, 2015


Our Fall 2015 Issue is on Heritage and the Arts. 


Acorn Spring 2015 Edition

Acorn Spring 2015 Edition

Transportation and Heritage

May 1, 2015


Our Spring 2015 focussed on transportation in Ontario


Keep your Beautiful Historic Windows and Save Energy

Past President Lloyd Alter upgrading his own home, writes about what he did for Treehugger

December 1, 2014

Useful Links

Lloyd goes through all the arguments for keeping beautiful old windows, sustainability, aesthetic and tests a new product, a removable interior storm window. Send this link to everyone who thinks they need to sacrifice aesthetics for energy conservation.