Roof replacement continues with the work to be completed by early February, 2017. Bourgon Construction from Cornwall won the tender for the bitumen membrane roof, and the architectural firm Rayside Labossière from Montreal is providing oversight of the project.

A new fundraising campaign with a deadline of March 31, 2017, has begun for another cost-sharing grant from Parks Canada. This time they will match up to $1 million towards the restoration of the House.

A special Thank You to all our supporters to date. There is a lot of work to be done before the doors are opened to the public, but it is thanks to you that it is going to happen.

This picture was taken on the second day of work.

The flashing has been chosen to match the building’s heritage green trim.

Bishop’s House rescue — Heritage building, once slated for demolition, is well on its way to being restored
Revised Date for the Glengarry Fencibles Trust Annual General Meeting
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