We're hiring! Heritage Conservation Skills Development and Training Officer (Young Canada Works Program)

Are you an energetic, outgoing, and creative problem solver looking to develop a career opportunities in heritage conservation? Heritage BC is hiring a 26 week, full time (30 hrs/week) intern position. As a Heritage Conservation Skills Development and Training Officer, you will be based out of offices in West Vancouver, B.C.The position starts July 2, 2015 and ends Dec 31, 2015.   Responsibilities:Work with our Heritage Planner to assess...
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New webinar: Heritage Legislation In British Columbia

 This new one hour webinar will introduce Part 27 of the Local Government Act which outlines the tools and activities that are available to municipalities concerning heritage conservation, including topics such as heritage recognition and designation, the role of Community Heritage Commissions, and Community Heritage Registers. Also discussed are the incentives municipalities can provide for heritage conservation, both monetary and non-monetary.
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Register for Heritage BC Webinars

Registration is now available for three educational webinars: Writing Statements of Significance; Grant Writing; How to use the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada. These one hour webinars, presented by Heritage BC staff Karen Dearlove and Kathryn Molloy, provide participants expert instruction and are especially useful for those working on Heritage Legacy Fund 2015 applications.Webinar registration...
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"The Main Thing" - Heritage BC Conference 2015 Call For Papers/Student Papers

Call for Papers for "The Main Thing", Heritage BC Conference October 1-3, 2015 in Rossland B.C. Deadline for Submission: May 15, 2015Following on the Heritage Week theme of 'Main Street', at the Heritage BC Annual Conference we will be delving deeper by learning how to create dynamic downtowns by refreshing and renewing revitalization strategies. You will also find out how to leverage your heritage assets to discover tourism and sustainability...
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Adaptive Reuse - Call for Articles

We are currently pulling together our Spring 2015 issue of the Heritage BC Quarterly. The theme is "Adaptive Reuse" and we are looking for outstanding and creative examples from communities in British Columbia. We are asking you to submit articles, suggest article ideas or give us an example of an adaptive reuse project we can feature.Send us your ideas, articles or a 300 word description of an adaptive reuse project with high resolution photographs...
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