Latest Issue of Hēritage Magazine is Hot Off the Press
Our most recent issue of Hēritage has been released and you don’t want to miss it. Here are some highlights:
· Up and Running Again! Parks Canada Cost-Sharing Program is Helping National Historic Sites – The impact of new funding to Parks’ National Historic Sites of Canada Cost-Sharing Program is already being felt. Designation alone is not enough and owners have stepped up with investment proposals. Find out about some of the many and varied privately-owned sites across the country that are benefiting.
· Resurrection: Kelly Building –An ingenious art installation in Halifax brought a now-demolished heritage building back to life for one night causing a sensation. Arts and heritage can come together on questions of urban culture!
· Modern Heritage At Risk: HUB Mall Skylight Going Dim at U of A – Recognizing the value of modern heritage remains a hard sell. Protecting internationally acclaimed examples of it is even harder. Learn about the obstacles that got in the way of this Edmonton example.
And don’t miss our regular articles appearing under Nuts and Bolts, Heritage Headlines and Heritage Updates.
To obtain a copy of this issue of Canada’s only national magazine dedicated to the conservation of heritage buildings and historic places, or to subscribe to Hēritage Magazine by joining HCF, visit www.heritagecanada.org or email Kevin Parker, Membership Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free 1-866-964-1066 ext. 240.
Heritage Magazine is a bilingual quarterly published by the Heritage Canada Foundation. Its readers include heritage property owners, conservation specialists, advocates, elected officials and others who are committed to keeping historic places alive.