Hidden Canada: A NextGen and U of T Project

The articles in this series seek to unveil some of Canada’s architectural riches and emerged from a class project at the University of Toronto. In this fourth-year undergraduate seminar, students were asked to either focus on little-studied aspects of the built environment in Canada, or to approach well-known places from a fresh perspective.

Guild Park and Gardens: Toronto’s Architectural Sculpture Gallery

After the Second World War, Toronto underwent development and many buildings were pulverized into gravel. Thanks to the foresight of one collector however, the remains of some sixty-odd buildings were salvaged from the rubble and artfully arranged on the grounds of the former Guild Inn.

Thank you to our 2021 Job Shadow Hosts

In February of 2021, ACO NextGen celebrated Heritage Week by offering its annual Job Shadow program for students and emerging professionals.  We would like to express our gratitude to all of this year's Job Shadow Hosts. Despite the challenges and uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, these organizations welcomed students or emerging professionals into their virtual workplaces this month, providing … Continue reading Thank you to our 2021 Job Shadow Hosts