Wood Bull LLP proudly announces the launch of its publicly available on-line resource, Ontario Heritage Act: A Sourcebook, for heritage professionals, lawyers, planners, architects, municipal heritage committee members, municipal council members, and members of the public.
The Sourcebook provides annotations of each subsection of the Ontario Heritage Act and includes:
- legislative history
- related statutes and regulations
- case law
- heritage process flow charts
It is available for use at: www.woodbull.ca/heritage.
In order to make the Ontario Heritage Act: A Sourcebook a useful resource, we welcome any comments and suggestions. Please email us.
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