Sneak Peek Behind the Scenes!

While Banting House NHSC continues to welcome our many visitors and prepare for our upcoming World Diabetes Day celebrations, we are also hard at work behind the scenes! Banting House has collected many artifacts over the years and like all museums, we need to keep them organized! One of my ongoing projects is reorganizing the […]

Banting Remembered: 74 Years Later

Last Saturday marked the 74th anniversary of Sir Frederick G. Banting’s death. Banting was working for the Canadian military during the Second World War as a biological and chemical warfare researcher for the National Research Council of Canada. He had wanted to return to active service in his unit from the First World War, but he was considered too valuable […]

Banting House NHSC Wins the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario and Heritage London Foundation’s Built Heritage Award!

Last night Banting House NHSC received the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (London Region) and the Heritage London Foundation’s Built Heritage Award for 2015. It was presented for the major restoration work that has been completed over the last couple of years. The project included restoring the front porch and replacing the original slate roof in order to […]

Behind the Scenes: A Very Busy First Week

My name is Siena McLachlan. I’m this summer’s Special Events Assistant/Interpretive Guide at Banting House NHSC. This is my first blog – I’ll be writing over the course of the summer to tell you about my experiences at the museum, and I have to say, this week was a baptism of fire! Today I feel relaxed. […]