Heritage BC Annual Conference

Heritage BC is pleased to announce their annual conference on September 26 -27, 2014 in Cloverdale, BC. This year’s theme, “Building Bridges”, brings together diverse individuals and organizations interested in exploring the links between heritage, the environment, culture, tourism and the economy — two days of speakers, workshops, award recognition, tours and more. Heritage BC Board President, Janice Henry...
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HCF - Helen Edwards

I am often asked why a person would want to join Heritage Canada The National Trust. There is no easy answer as we have all become members for different reasons but there are even more reasons to join as new benefits come on stream.Do you like to travel? Then a membership is the best travel partner you can have. Members enjoy free entrance and/or gift shop discounts at historic sites in Canada. If foreign travel is your preference, you can receive...
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Heritage BC is on the move!

Heritage BC has found a new home for the foreseeable future! We will be moving into a new office space in West Vancouver. The space has been generously donated by Seacliff Properties. The official move is Tuesday, May 20 2014. Feel free to visit us to learn more about all the exciting new opportunities ahead and meet the new Heritage BC team including Sarah Irwin, Office Administer, and Karen Dearlove, Capacity Planner.  HERITAGE BC OFFI...
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Karen Dearlove, Capacity Planner

Heritage BC is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Dearlove, Capacity Planner. A new position, Karen is your new 'go to person' for heritage planning, education and training questions!Karen graduated with a PhD in History from McMaster University in 2009. Since graduating she has worked as the Executive Director of the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre and Living History Multimedia Association in Brantford. From 2011 to 2013 Karen...
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Introducing Sarah Irwin

Heritage BC is pleased to introduce Sarah Irwin, our new Office Administrator. Sarah obtained a Masters Degree in Leadership for Sustainable Development at Queen’s University, Belfast in 2009. For the past four years she has been working in the field of heritage conservation and tourism in Northern Ireland, coordinating various projects centred around sustainable tourism and protected areas. Sarah was born in New Westminster, BC, and...
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