The West Toronto Junction Historical Society is a non-profit, charitable, volunteer organization. It was formed in 1980 by a group of local residents with the active support of the City of Toronto Planning and Development Department and Councillor David White. It was then incorporated in 1981 as an affiliate of the Ontario Historical Society.
Memberships: Heritage Canada Foundation, Ontario (and Toronto Region) Architectural Conservancy, Toronto Historical Association, Archives Association of Ontario, Green Tourism Association.
Awards 1987 – Commendation from the Toronto Historical Board for West Toronto Junction Revisited, 1990 – Scadding Award of Excellence from the Ontario Historical Society for outstanding contribution to the local society movement in the province.
The Society welcomes donations of any amount and is able to give a Canadian charitable receipt for income tax purposes. All donations, including the basic membership fee are tax deductible as prescribed by Revenue Canada.
As a member of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, you will receive a quarterly newsletter, be invited to eight meetings per year, be able to participate in walking tours, learn about local history, and get involved in local planning issues. More Details Here.