Biography Loryssa Quattrociocchi is an Assistant Heritage Planner at the City of Toronto where her research has formed the basis of Heritage Conservation District Studies and Plans, Cultural Heritage Resource Assessments, designation and listing reports, and heritage evaluations. Loryssa is also a trained architectural historian with a particular focus on nineteenth- and twentieth-century ecclesiastical architecture. She is presently a D.Phil. in History candidate at Oxford University and she holds an MA in Art History & Visual Culture from the University of Guelph and a BA (Hons.) in Art History and Film Studies from York University. Her doctoral research has been supported by various organizations, including the University of Oxford and the National Trust for Canada, and her writing has appeared in several publications, such as NOW Toronto, the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario's "Acorn," and the Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada.
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Chapter Ontario and Nunavut