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Founded in 1888, The Ontario Historical Society is a non-profit corporation and registered charity; a non-government group bringing together people of all ages, all walks of life and all cultural backgrounds interested in preserving some aspect of Ontario’s history.
The OHS has a provincial mandate, but its headquarters is located at the historic John McKenzie House (built 1913) in Willowdale, Ontario. John McKenzie House, and its adjacent stables and milk-house are all designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.
The OHS is governed by an all-volunteer board of directors, and is supported by and supports its vast network of member individuals, organizations and institutions, including the OHS’s 350+ affiliated societies.
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The official newsletter of The Ontario Historical Society
In This Issue:
- OHS Joins Climate Heritage Network
- OHS Now Offering Digital Delivery of the OHS Bulletin
- President’s Report
- Executive Director’s Report
- Plaque Program in Cobalt Recognizes Unique Art History
- Ontario History Spring 2022
- Museum Milestones
- The Toronto Railway Museum in Roundhouse Park
- Barry Penhale’s Ontario – Wilma Morrison (1929-2020): Niagara’s Expert on Black History
- From the Bookshelf
- Cemetery News
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