At the intersection of Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue in Downtown Toronto stands a gracious, Italianate building by Henry Langley and Edmund Burke, dating from 1886
This historic structure recalls a German Mennonite pioneer in the Waterloo district; it dates from 1820, having served as the area's first schoolhouse.
This gracious structure, long designated historic by the local authorities in Woodstock, Ontario, was funded by the Carnegie Foundation, and dates from 1909.
A fine, Romanesque Revival structure is to be seen at Woodstock's City Hall — but it did not always serve this municipal purpose.
Waters, granite and basalt come together at a locality linked to the far past
Pediments and Syrian arches combine eclectically at the imposing, ornate and monumental Central School, in Oxford County's City of Woodstock, Ontario.
Have you ever been to Bob's Lake in Ontario, Canada? Each year, my family makes the long voyage from PA into Ontario and stays at a cabin on Bob's Lake. We've been doing this since 1988, and it's a tradition that will be hard to break. Bob's Lake is a beautiful place to take a vacation to, and...
Sarnia's vibrant airport is named for Sarnia-born astronaut Christ Hadfield. The facility was developed in the late 1950s, when scheduled air services began.
The solid, 1904 Old Armoury Building in Woodstock, Ontario, with poignant, historical associations, is the former home of the Oxford Rifles.
One of the largest freshwater inland seas in the world, Lake Erie offers a tour of breathtaking landscapes, vineyards, beaches, famous shipwreck sites, parks, and unexpected First Nations settlements.