A Bit Of Queen’s History In Port Hope

After my May 1969 graduation as a civil engineer, my wife Lois and I, along with our then-young son James, Sc’90, MBA’95, moved to my paternal grandparents’ com­munity of Orono, Ontario. I completed my articles for On­tario Land Surveying in 1971 and, after working as a Survey Systems Engineer for Hewlett Packard, I returned to the land survey profession in […]

2019-07-24T15:43:06-04:00July 24th, 2019|Blog Post|

Building A Healthier Option

We’re Running Out Of Time To Save The Historic Port Hope Hospital

Building A Healthier Option For The Historic Port Hope Hospital Together

The protection of a community’s heritage is complex. Our heritage is a non-renewable resource and it is a basis for our […]

2019-04-07T08:54:07-04:00March 19th, 2019|Blog Post|

Battle To Save Historic Port Hope Hospital Going Strong

Since posting a petition nine months ago and asking for your support, there have been several developments regarding the designation of the historic Port Hope Hospital at 65 Ward St.

By far one of the more significant developments in this campaign was the recent municipal election and a change of council members. While support for the historic hospital is still present […]

2019-03-19T11:01:00-04:00March 19th, 2019|Blog Post|