Most of you have probably visited a house museum before. You may remember rooms filled with inanimate objects and furniture representing 19th-century life. … More Thinking Outside the House
Canada has a rich Indigenous heritage with many places of sacred and cultural significance. And yet, these places are rarely protected by provincial legislation or recognized by municipal bylaws and polices. As workers and volunteers in the heritage field, we must challenge ourselves to find ways to fill this gap in knowledge and protection. … More A Way Forward for Indigenous Heritage
I was recently in Hamilton, Ontario doing reconnaissance work for the National Trust Conference 2016 (October 20-22, 2016) and was reminded that when it comes to interventions in the urban fabric, small and incremental regeneration can be extraordinarily beautiful. … More When the Fix Isn’t Big and Small is Beautiful
Welcome to REGENERATION – the new blog launched by the National Trust for Canada. We want REGENERATION to be an inspiring, fresh and provocative source of stories and ideas about saving and regenerating places that matter to Canadians. Tomorrow is the Speech from the Throne, and we’re at a watershed moment in Canadian history: we … More Welcome! • Bienvenue!