Community initiatives

William Steward House

Steward House in Niagara-on-the-Lake
507 Butler Street
William Steward, an African-American teamster and his wife Susannah lived in Niagara from 1834 – 1847.

St. Mark’s Rectory

St Marks in Niagara-on-the-Lake
41 Byron Street
Archdeacon MacMurray was the third rector of St. Mark’s and the instigator of the construction of the Rectory in the mid-19th century.

Foghorn House

Foghorn House 2017
99 River Beach Road
The Foghorn House, built in 1904, operated as a warning signal for marine vessels in the days when Niagara’s waterfront was a bustling shipping centre.

William Gollop House

William Gallop House in Niagara-on-the-Lake
118 Queen Street
This project was one of The Foundation’s earliest interventions to preserve the frame clapboard house situated on the main street.

Historical Gravestones

gravestones in niagara-on-the-lake
Local cemeteries
The many communities that make up the Town each have a local cemetery dating back to the earliest history.

St. Andrew’s Church Steeple

St Andrews in Niagara-on-the-Lake
323 Simcoe Street at Gage Street
The Niagara Foundation committed funds to the restoration of the steeple as a part of the bigger project.

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