Issues & Actions

Davisville School

Davisville Public School and Metro Toronto School for the Deaf, 43 Millwood Road, by Peter Pennington, 1962. Photo courtesy of Sarah Hill.

The Davisville School Story: Why are we losing another heritage asset, again?

Alex Bozikovic, architecture critic at The Globe and Mail and moderator of the Cultural Heritage Landscape Forum hosted by the Community Preservation Panels in November, weighs in on the Davisville School and TDSB story. Find out what he learned about the status of the Board’s many heritage properties. The news is not good.


Read Dave LeBlanc’s article in the Globe and Mail on this frustrating situation. Read More >>


LEARN MORE about architect Peter Pennington, and the story of Davisville Public School on Robert Moffatt’s Toronto Modern blog.


Sarah Hill, TEYCPP’s Vice-Chair, Midtown, submitted the following letter to the Toronto and East York Community Council supporting the Davisville designation.

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