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Heritage Canada Foundation

Address:5 Blackburn Ave
Ottawa, ON K1N8A2

Web: www.heritagecanada.org
Established: 1973. Description:Dedicated to the preservation and demonstration of the nationally significant historic, architectural, natural, and scenic heritage of Canada. Efforts directed to fostering and encouraging the understanding, promotion, and sustainable evolution of Canada's cultural landscape. Members: 2,000 individuals and organizations. Dues: $35/year ($25/year for students).
Publications: Heritage Magazine (quarterly); free to members.

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(The Journal receives a variable grant of approximately $455,000 from Heritage Canada to help defray this cost, and a $240,000 contribution from the dioceses that mail a paper with the Anglican Journal.)
The restoration of this piece of Winnipeg's history was the recipient of Heritage Canada's "Achievement Award" for restoration in 2007.
With a generous grant from Heritage Canada, the volunteers at the Canadian Museum of Flight in Langley, B.C.
Heritage Canada recognizes the value of lighthouses to attract tourists and anchor regional identity.
(1.) The members of this Heritage Advisory Group were: Co-Chairs: Eileen Sarkar, Assistant Deputy Minister, Arts and Heritage, Canadian Heritage; Ian Wilson, National Archives of Canada; Members: Kate Davis, Canadian Art Museums Directors organization; Bryan Davies, Royal Bank of Canada; Shelly Smith, Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador; Wendy Newman, Brantford Public Library; Martin Segger, Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery; William Byme, Government of Alberta; Brian Anthony, Heritage Canada Foundation; Deborah Morrison, Historica Foundation, Linda Pelly-Landrie, Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre; Francine Broisseau, Canadian Museums Association; Claude Bonnelly, Chief Librarian, Universite Laval; Robert Spickler, Centre canadien d'architecture.
This agreement between the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Heritage Canada would open doors for wide ranging audio-visual collaborations between our two countries.
The two countries signed the first agreement between Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Heritage Canada to open doors for wide ranging audio-visual collaborations between our two countries, the foreign ministry said.
Thanks to Francois Vincent, Nicolas Vincent was declared a person of national historic significance by Heritage Canada in July 2001.
Heritage Canada also sponsors the establishment of Urban Multipurpose Aboriginal Youth Centres, which provide culturally-relevant programs, services, and counselling to urban youth.
Heritage Canada, a Federal Government agency, expressed concern last year at the prospect of a market where "purchases are more informed by price and less by ...
A Heritage Canada spokesman later said the minister has no intention of interfering with the CRTC's plans.

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