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Hot Off the Press! New issue of Hēritage is Now Available

Our most recent issue has been released and you don’t want to miss it. Here are some highlights:

·       New Directions in Heritage Education looks at how heritage conservation education has become more integrated with larger societal issues like sustainability and community identity. Read four case studies by students who have connected theory and hands-on experience by working directly with communities.  

·       Heritage Bedtime Stories: From Children’s Books to a Culture of Conservation reminds readers that as children we were able to transform objects by investing them with human qualities—and that sometimes, as adults, it is our emotional investment in a place that will ultimately preserve it.

·       Pimachiowin Aki—UNESCO Bid Goes to Paris – Find out why this unique boreal landscape of the Anishinaabeg is being considered for designation as a World Heritage Site.

And don’t miss our regular art

icles appearing under Faces & Places, Heritage Canada Works, and more!

SUBSCRIBE! To obtain a copy of this issue of Canada’s only national magazine dedicated to the conservation of heritage buildings and historic places contact us online or call toll free 1-866-964-1066 ext. 229And consider giving a holiday gift subscription!

Hēritage 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.

For further information contact:

Carolyn Quinn

Director, Communications and Editor, Hēritage Magazine

613-237-1066 ext. 229; cell 613-797-7206.