October 8, 2014
by Canadian Architect
Heritage Canada The National Trust congratulates the recipients of its 2014 National Heritage Awards for outstanding contributions in their fields. The recipients of the Prince of Wales Prize, the Leadership Awards and the Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards were formally nominated by Canadians from across the country.
Dr. Christina Cameron of Ottawa was awarded the Gabrielle Léger Medal; Dr. Edward MacDonald of Charlottetown won the Lieutenant Governor’s Award; and the Town of Bonavista in Newfoundland is the winner of the Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership.
Ecclesiastical Insurance Canada joins Heritage Canada The National Trust in congratulating this year’s four outstanding projects which will be presented with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage:
*Macdonald Institute in Guelph, Ontario by Stevens Burgess Architects Ltd. and the University of Guelph
*The Don Jail Bridgepoint Active Healthcare in Toronto by ERA Architects Inc., the Ventin Group and Bridgepoint Active Healthcare
*The Salt Building in Vancouver by Acton Ostry Architects Ltd. and the City of Vancouver
*Water Street Revitalization Project in Vancouver by Acton Ostry Architects Ltd. and the Salient Group
Recipients’ accomplishments were fêted at the National Trust’s National Awards Ceremony and Reception that took place in Charlottetown, PEI on October 3, 2014 at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel with His Honour, Frank Lewis, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island presenting.
For more information, please visit https://www.heritagecanada.org/en/get-involved/awards/2014-awards-recipients
prince of wales prize 2014 - town of bonavista, newfoundland and labrador