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National Heritage Summit

Heritage Conservation in Canada:

What’s Working? And What Needs to Change?

Montreal, Quebec

October 11 – 13, 2012

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel

HCF’s 39th Annual National Conference

In cooperation with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP|ACECP), Canadian Forum for Public Research on Heritage, and the Canada Research Chair on Built Heritage.

Contributing organizations: Héritage Montreal; Fédération Histoire Québec; ICOMOS Canada.

Be There, Pitch In and Take Action!

Don’t  miss the heritage conservation learning and networking opportunity of the year.

Featuring keynote address by the internationally renowned Ros Kerslake of the Prince’s Regeneration Trust, London, England, along with leading Canadian public intellectual and social change thinker, Dr. Mark Kingwell of Toronto, and Andrew Emond, guerilla photographer of Montreal’s historic sewer system and abandoned industrial sites.

Make your voice heard at facilitated sessions to develop a National Action Plan for the Canadian heritage conservation sector.

Participate in dynamic Pecha Kucha-style sessions with leading-edge thinkers exploring the future of the heritage movement in Canada.

Eye-popping venues like the brand new conversion of the Erskine and American United Church into a concert hall at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Earn Professional Learning Credits from the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) ConEd Learning Hours Available.

Summit Program

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Meet and network with heritage advocates and architects, municipal planners, developers, public policy makers, elected officials and property owners from across Canada.

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Questions? Email, or call 1-866-964-1066 ext. 227.