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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:

Main Street: At the Heart of the Community looks at four Canadian communities that are investing in their historic downtowns to counteract either the loss of a primary industry or the draw of big box stores going up on the edge of town. 
By James Careless
Your Home on the Range -- Maple Creek's Commercial Hotel tells the story of the rehabilitation of a beloved downtown landmark--the oldest continuously operating business since 1885--by a team of new Canadians from the Philippines who have given the hotel a renewed lease on life. 
By Royce Pettyjohn
At Home With Sir John A. Macdonald celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of Canada's first Prime Minister by visiting some of the splendid places where Sir John A. hung his hat, from Kingston to Ottawa and onward to Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec.   
Faces and Places takes you to Guysborough, Nova Scotia, where Glynn Williams, a Toronto transplant of some 25 years, is putting his money where his heart is.
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