The BC Heritage Awards celebrates outstanding achievements and best practices that have impacted and strengthened all forms of heritage as a valued cultural resource in communities throughout British Columbia.
The BC Heritage Awards recognizes the achievements of individuals, organizations, groups, businesses, and local and regional governments in communities across BC.
Nominations for the 2021 BC Heritage Awards will open on Monday, September 14.
Awards are presented in four categories:
There are three levels of recognition for the award categories.
Projects nominated for an award must have been completed within the past three calendar years (preceding the nomination deadline). Nominated individuals must live in British Columbia and sites must be located in the province.
The nominations submitted to the BC Heritage Awards are considered by a jury of peers, who will base their deliberations on the information as submitted. Incomplete nominations (e.g. nominations with insufficient information) will not be considered; it is important that each submission provides sufficient, yet succinct information to describe why the project/person suits the category and why the project/person is worthy of an award. The jurists will consider the alignment of the nomination to the above criteria and the completeness of the submitted information.
If you have questions about the BC Heritage Awards form or process, or would like to discuss your potential nomination, please contact Heritage BC. We will be happy to help you.