I am writing to you on behalf of the Ontario Historical Society (OHS) and in support of a number of your concerned community members who oppose the proposed highway bypass site that would destroy Pierpoint Park in Fergus, Ontario.
Supporting the important work of OHS members.
Letters of Support
Below you will find a sample of the kind of letters the OHS is often asked to write by our member organizations or heritage advocates across the Province.
These letters show our support for the important work OHS members do, oppose the demolition of built or natural heritage assets, or advocate for improved working conditions for heritage organizations.
If you are in need of a letter of support from the OHS, please get in touch with us at email@example.com or call 416-226-9011.
On behalf of the Ontario Historical Society (OHS), I am writing today to show our support for our member organizations, The Thorold Museum and the Thorold and Beaverdams Historical Society, and to emphasize the important role the museum and its historical collection hold in your community, our province and our country.
On behalf of the Ontario Historical Society (OHS), I would like to make known our Society’s strong opposition to the Town’s proposed demolition of the historic building, the Bruce Mines Jail, and recommend that the ownership of the building be transferred to OHS member organization, the Bruce Mines & District Historical Society.
On behalf of the Ontario Historical Society (OHS), I am writing to you in support of the Emery Village BIA and your championing to create Toronto’s official First Nations park: The Unity Walk.
On behalf of the Ontario Historical Society (OHS), I am writing to you in support of the Old Durham Road Black Pioneer Cemetery Committee (ODRBPCC), and their opposition of the proposed depot site on Grey Road 14 adjacent to this nationally-significant Black heritage site.
This letter is in response to the proposal under the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002 (Ontario) O. Reg. 30/11, s. 172 (1) by Sansiveria Investments Limited (hereafter the “Applicant”), to close the historic Johnson (Johnston) Cemetery located in Pefferlaw, Ontario.
Thank you so much for inviting me to participate today in your virtual discussion in advance of the 2021 Ontario Budget. This is our written submission to you in support of the request of The Ontario Historical Society (OHS) that your upcoming 2021 Budget includes the following:
I am writing this letter on behalf of the Ontario Historical Society, and in support of the work of our affiliate society Anderson Farm Museum Heritage Society, opposing the city’s proposed cuts to the 2021 museum funding for the position of Curator; a position responsible for the Anderson Farm, Copper Cliff, Flour Mill, and Rayside-Balfour Museums.
I am writing this letter on behalf of the Ontario Historical Society, supporting our affiliate member, the Wolfe Island Historical Society’s request that the historic Briceland House on 1208 Main St., Marysville not be demolished as part of the construction of a new ferry terminal.
As part of the OHS’s response to this time of crisis, we strongly recommend, based on our discussions with our affiliates and members across the province, that the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries...