Dundurn Earns Four Heritage Toronto Book Award Nominations

Dundurn Earns Four Heritage Toronto Book Award Nominations

Posted on September 16 by Jaclyn in Awards
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Dundurn Press Earns Four Heritage Toronto Book Award Nominations


TORONTO, ON (Sept 16) Dundurn is pleased to announce that four of its titles have been nominated for the 2015 Heritage Toronto Book Award: Riverdale: East of the Don by Elizabeth Gillan (Liz) Muir; Inside the Museums: Toronto’s Heritage Sites and Their Most Prized Objects by John Goddard; The History of Sunnybrook: Battle to Greatness by Francesca Grosso; and Lost Breweries of Toronto by Jordan St. John.


The Heritage Toronto Awards recognize individuals and community organizations, as well as industry professionals and associations, for exceptional contributions in five categories:  Community Heritage, Media, Book, Short Publication and Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship. 


Dundurn has been recognized numerous times by Heritage Toronto for its books on Toronto’s history, with titles like Stanley Barracks: Toronto’s Military Legacy by Aldona Sendzikas, A Toronto Album 2: More Glimpses of the City that Was by Mike Filey and Unbuilt Toronto 2: More of the City That Might Have Been by Mark Osbaldeston.


Dundurn is committed to producing books that reflect the heritage of Toronto, and of Canada. Congratulations to all nominated titles!


For more information, or to speak with and of the authors please contact:

Jaclyn Hodsdon, Publicist

Phone: (416) 214-5544 x234

Email: jhodsdon [at] dundurn [nospam] com