Historic Unionville - Dundurn

Historic Unionville

A Village in the City

Published September 2015


A guided tour of historic Unionville, a little Ontario village bursting with historic buildings full of stories.

Unionville is a village in the city — an unexpected oasis where time seems to move a little more slowly than in the hectic world of condos, commercial strips, and traffic gridlock. Since the late 1960s, when Unionville and its vintage Main Street were “discovered,” the village has been a magnet for visitors. Historic Unionville is the first detailed exploration of the facts and folklore behind Unionville’s winding ways and eclectic architectural sights, which span two centuries from the Georgian to the Postmodern.

Touring the heritage sites that still stand proudly in the community as signposts to the past, George Duncan brings to life stories of the people, places, and events behind this unique and inviting Ontario village.



George Duncan

George Duncan is a founding member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals and a two-time recipient of the Ontario Heritage Foundation's Certificate of Achievement. He currently works for the Markham Planning and Urban Design Department and lives in Markham, Ontario.

Book Details

September 2015
8.5x8.5 in
184 pp
September 2015
184 pp
September 2015
184 pp