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Hēritage Magazine

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The only national quarterly magazine dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of Canada’s historic places. Discover a wealth of interesting and informative feature articles, indepth coverage of current heritage issues, and entertaining success stories that celebrate places that matter to Canadians, while highlighting the people who help to keep them alive.

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Inside our current issue:

Heritage Builds Resilience: Charlottetown at Work focuses on PEI's historic capital--the host city of our upcoming national conference--and a municipality with a history of investing in its heritage resources. The article reflects on over 40 years of progressive legislation, design guidelines and incentive programs that have helped to set the city apart from many other urban areas in the country.   
By Christopher Wiebe
PEI: An Island of Lighthouses tells the stories of some of Prince Edward sland's many aids to navigation. With only one of the over 30 lighthouses petitioned under the Heritage Lighthouse Protection Act having actually been selected for designation, the future of these community icons is in question.
By Carolyn Quinn
Faces and Places stays on the Island, where private entrepreneur Kevin Murphy's investment in heritage buildings has been instrumental in enhancing the historic nature of Charlottetown.  
By Alexa Zulak
Don’t miss our Heritage Canada Works section, In Transition, and more!

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