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Uploaded on Aug 13, 2011
July 25, 2011
Ontario is investing in the renovation and expansion of two historical landmarks in Dundas -- increasing access to these spaces for families in the community and supporting local arts.
The renovated Carnegie Gallery building -- a local historical focal point for over 100 years -- will provide additional gallery space, and be reconfigured to improve both public and artist access.
The Dundas Historical Society Museum will be able to expand a storage area for its impressive historical collection, while its Second Gallery will be renovated to present exhibitions in an adaptable space. Visitors will also benefit from a safer and more accessible space through a new elevator and fire safety system.
These projects support Building Together, Ontario's long-term infrastructure plan, to repair, rebuild and renew the province's roads and highways, bridges, public transit, schools and postsecondary institutions, hospitals and courthouses.