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Heritage Lecture and Luncheon 2010

Survival of the Fittest - Today’s Urban Enbvironment

Champion of Cities and the Arts: Christopher Hume

Heritage Mississauga will host its first Heritage Lecture and Luncheon on June 17th, 2010. The luncheon will be held at the Glen Erin Inn, 1695 The Collegeway. Tickets are $100.00. ( charitable receipts will be issued ) 

Christopher Hume is the architecture critic and urban issues columnist of the Toronto Star. Since he started writing for the paper in 1981, Hume has won a National Newspaper Award in 2009 and been nominated on four other occasions. He also received the President’s Award for Architectural Journalism from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 2009. Hume has a certificate of appreciation from the Ontario Association of Architects. His book, William James’ Toronto Views, won a Toronto Heritage Award in 2000. In 2004, he received a Landscape Ontario award. Hume appears frequently on radio and television as a commentator on city issues. Hume was named Toronto’s best newspaper columnist by NOW magazine in 2005 and Eye magazine in 2006.

 

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