Historical Plaques by REGION
Click the pins on the map below to discover the plaques in your local area and beyond. Discover the history of your own community!
Welcome to this place of contemplation and tribute to Canadian soldiers who lost their lives in the war in Afghanistan.... READ MORE
In September, 1615, a small party of Frenchmen, commanded by Samuel de Champlain, and some five hundred Huron Indians, passed down the Trent River. ... READ MORE
A civic memorial tree commemorates one of the first actions of the City of Quinte West, incorporated January 1, 1998.... READ MORE
Trenton was home to one of Canada’s earliest and longest running film studios, built on this site in 1917.... READ MORE
A friendship garden honouring Hugh O'Neil invites passersby to sit a spell and contemplate the serenity of Trent Port.... READ MORE
Mount Pelion in the heart of Trenton offers a splendid view of the Trent River valley and the Bay of Quinte. Follow in the steps of Samuel de Champlain!...
Every day a likeness of Roy Bonisteel sits on a park bench, open book in hand, ready to read to eager visitors. It's another interpretation of Man Alive....
The door of the old Trenton Post Office has taken an official pounding......