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A digital selfie of the National Trust for Canada staff at Craigdorroch Castle in Victoria, BC.
Selfies from the National Trust for Canada 2022

It’s that time of year again! The annual Historic Places Days event means that folx are out taking photos, and…

Five VisitLists to explore during #HistoricPlacesDays and beyond

Whether you’re planning a trip for the last week of #HistoricPlacesDays, for the remaining dog days of summer, or staying cool…

A Leader in the Effort to Preserve Indigenous Place Names

A member of the Swan River First Nation in Treaty 8 territory, Robert Houle is the First Nations Indigenous Advisor…

Oil Springs, Ontario – A Small Community with Big International Significance

Many may presume that Alberta is the birthplace of Canada’s oil and petroleum industry. However, that title belongs to the…

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