Charming heritage property now home to Canada's film greats
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Danielle Webb and Katherine Scarrow
The Globe and Mail
Nestled on 25 acres of heritage land, this farm-turned-film-school has been home to business tycoon E.P. Taylor and his prize-winning racehorse Northern Dancer, a retreat for visiting royals and now the heart of Canadian film and television. Chief financial officer Jacqueline Mackey chronicles the rich, over 100-year history of a quiet hidden estate in bustling Toronto and how the property's current occupants, the Canadian Film Centre, helped it become a launching point for many of Canada's brightest and biggest talents in film and television.