City recognizes outstanding achievements at 2023 Ottawa Heritage Awards

189 Stanley Avenue

As part of Heritage Week, the City of Ottawa recognized outstanding contributions to heritage conservation with the 2023 Ottawa Heritage Awards. Eleven projects in various categories were recognized in a ceremony last night at the ByTowne Cinema.

Projects completed between January 2019 and December 2022 were eligible for the awards and the winners were selected by an external jury with expertise in heritage conservation.


  • Dickinson House, 1127 Mill Street
  • Watt House, 150-152 James Street


  • Embassy of Estonia, 168 Daly Avenue
  • Zibi, Block 208, 310 Miwate Private


  • 189 Stanley Avenue (pictured above)


  • Postal Station B Rehabilitation and Ground Floor Rehabilitation, 59 Sparks Street

Heritage Grants

  • 315-317 Cooper Street
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 774 Echo Drive


  • Wateridge Village Commemoration Program Handbook

Community Initiatives Award was presented to the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Walk Committee, and a community award was presented to François Bregha.


“These projects demonstrate a commitment not only to architectural heritage but also to the preservation of the heritage of our entire city. The impact of these projects will be felt for years to come.”

Mark Sutcliffe, Mayor, City of Ottawa

“I am proud to see so many examples of projects embracing modern building techniques while respecting architectural origins. The result is a city that remembers its history while looking to the future.”

Councillor Rawlson King, Chair, Built Heritage Committee

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