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Hēritage Magazine

Welcome to Hēritage  

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:

Sacred Missions along Forlorn Trails follows three self-styled "ghosters"--young heritage enthusiasts driven to record a piece of prairie history--on their journey of discovery through some of western Canada's most interesting ghost towns before they fade into the landscape. 
By Johnnie Bachusky
 
A Welcoming Addition -- Fort York's New Visitor Centre tells how the construction of an innovative new visitor centre has taken heritage intervention in a new 21st-century direction, positioning Fort York National Historic site, which has struggled for decades against its gritty urban environment, at the heart of an area revitalization plan. 
By Sheila Ascroft
 
Faces and Places heads to B.C.where Russell Acton and Mark Ostry have committed their architectural firm to investing in impressive award-winning regeneration projects, including two that recently won Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage. 
By Alexa Zulak
 
Don’t miss our National Trust at Work section, In Transition, and more!

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