British Columbia

Heritage BC

British Columbia

Presented to Heritage BC for Setting the Bar: A Guide to Achieve New Standards for Reconciliation within the Heritage Sector….

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The Shipyards

North Vancouver, British Columbia

This impressive redevelopment of a waterfront site retained its industrial character, balanced with the new functions of a much-needed waterfront…

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Gur Sikh Temple National Historic Site

Abbotsford, British Columbia

Built by struggling settlers in the early 1900s, the Gur Sikh Gurdwara (temple) is a testament to the pride, vision,…

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Burrard Bridge Rehabilitation and Restoration Project

Vancouver, British Columbia

While historic engineering works are often neglected, this project demonstrates that community support and enlightened municipal officials can meet modern…

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Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Renewal Initiative

Vancouver, BC

As the single largest Public Private Partnership (P3) social housing project in North America, the Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Renewal…

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Water Street Adaptive Reuse Development (1886-1911)

Vancouver, British Columbia

This complex, three-phase construction process rehabilitated five adjacent heritage buildings in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district and integrated new construction, revitalizing…

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Congregation Emanu-El Temple (1863)

1461 Blanshard Street, Victoria, British Columbia

As the oldest surviving synagogue in Canada, Congregation Emanu-El holds inestimable heritage value. It was built in 1863 by a…

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The Salt Building (ca. 1930)

85 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

This distinctive historic landmark located within Vancouver’s Southeast False Creek (SEFC) neighbourhood is a rare survivor of an area once…

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Pacific Central Station (1919)

1150 Station Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Designed by Pratt & Ross Architects, the Pacific Central Station’s heritage character is defined by its Beaux-Arts monumentality, the elegance…

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Chinese Freemasons Building (1907)

5 West Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Built in 1907, the Chinese Freemasons Building is the only building with a “Chinatown” character on Pender Street. The rehabilitation…

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The Hon. Pat Carney

British Columbia

The Hon. Pat Carney, worked tirelessly to pass Bill S-215 even after her retirement in January. The legislation is intended…

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The Janion Building

Victoria, British Columbia

Presented to Jon Stovell, President and CEO, Reliance Properties Ltd. for his vision to bring the long-derelict Janion building on…

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City of Nanaimo

British Columbia

Over the past 30 years, this small city of just over 80,000 people has been working to create a robust…

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City of Richmond

British Columbia

Richmond’s richness of place and its long history of celebrating and protecting its heritage assets positively reflect this municipality’s sustained…

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City of Victoria

British Columbia

For over thirty years, the City of Victoria, British Columbia, has preserved its vast number of heritage buildings by implementing…

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