Heritage BC 2014 Membership Survey

We are looking for your feedback!  Heritage BC is a non profit and member based organization.  Our members represent the interests of community heritage conservation from all parts of British Columbia.  In an effort to provide the best services to our membership and to encourage new members, we appreciate your feedback about Heritage BC membership and services.  We would like to hear from current Heritage BC members, as well as...
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Municipal Election Resources Now Available!

Are you concerned about heritage conservation and planning in your community? Are there heritage issues that you want your municipal government to address?  Does your community need a Community Heritage Commission, a Community Heritage Register, or long term heritage conservation planning in your official community plan? Are you a candidate running for municipal election and need more information about about why heritage is important for your...
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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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Heritage BC Annual Conference

Heritage BC is on the move and it’s time to celebrate! Heritage BC has successfully emerged from various challenges with a new and exciting direction. We’ve got a new business plan, renewed funding and new responsibilities with the Heritage Legacy Fund grant program. On top of this, we’ve hired a new Executive Director, Kathryn Molloy, who has been handed the baton from our recently retired long-time Executive Director, Rick Goodacre.
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Heritage BC Welcomes New Executive Director

Following an intensive search process, Heritage BC is very pleased to welcome Kathryn Molloy as the society’s new executive director. She will take over in September from Rick Goodacre who is retiring. Kathryn is currently a resident of Gabriola Island where she is executive director of People for a Healthy Community. Prior to taking on that post in 2009, she was executive director of the BC Chapter of the Sierra Club of Canada for six years.
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