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Mayor John Norman leads a homegrown vision for Bonavista

When the Town of Bonavista received the National Trust’s Prince of Wales Prize in the fall of 2014, who knew…

Stephanie Clovechok – Beyond the authentic: proving that tourism can be transformative

At a moment when the global tourism industry is being rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are innovating towards…

Meet Clint Robertson, National Trust Member and Donor

Clint Robertson is an urban heritage planner and part-time organic farmer from Calgary, AB. He is a longtime National Trust…

Natalie Voland – Heritage Property Development with a Triple Bottom Line

For the past 20 years, Natalie Voland has been working to reinvent the process of heritage-led real estate development in…

Shawn McCarthy Enacts His Site’s Story

Shawn McCarthy never imagined he would be working for 20 years with Friends of Beaubears Island, a non-profit historical organization in Miramichi, New…

Meet Sampoorna Bhattacharya, Herb Stovel Scholar

Sampoorna Bhattacharya, from Guelph ON, is a full-time student and MSc. candidate at the University of Guelph in the collaborative Rural…

10 Heritage Leaders Who Just Happen to be Women

Every year on March 8, International Women’s Day is observed all over the world to shine a light on the…

Meet Jill Taylor, National Trust Donor and Member

Jill Taylor is an architect and restoration professional from Toronto, Ontario, and co-founder of Taylor Hazell Architechts Ltd., a firm founded…

Dale Jarvis uses storytelling and folklore to capture intangible cultural heritage

Working with communities around Newfoundland and Labrador, Dale Jarvis uses folklore to capture the spirit of places. Dale has been…

NCTR Director Reflects on Residential School and Cemetery Preservation

It’s been four years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) released its final report into the history…

Meet Georges Coulombe, National Trust Member

George Coulombe has been a member of the National Trust since 2016. Originally from Saguenay, he resides in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec,…

Samantha Cutrara Vouches for Emotional Connections to History Via Technological Lens

Why should young people learn about history? Ask Samantha Cutrara. Her approach is simple: Because youth want it. “It’s such…

Edee Klee – Historic Hayes Farm Becomes Tool for Local Food Security

  Now in its second year of operation on Fredericton’s historic Hayes Farm, the Urban Teaching Farm Project has trained…

Trust Questionnaire: Loryssa Quattrociocchi

Loryssa Quattrociocchi is a D.Phil. student, Heritage Conservation Assistant, and Heritage Consultant from Toronto, ON. She became involved with the…

Matt Somerville - Saving the family barn

Historic barns are an important part of our collective mental image of the Canadian rural landscape. And yet they are…

Edmonton millennial leverages social media to engage an audience beyond conservationists

Growing up in Mill Woods, an Edmonton suburb that began to develop in the 1970s, Dan Rose wasn’t regularly exposed…

Kerri Strotmann

Trust Questionnaire: Kerri Strotmann

Made famous by writer Marcel Proust, the Proust Questionnaire is said to reveal one’s true nature. We asked a National…

Trust Questionnaire: Marion Cumming

Made famous by writer Marcel Proust, the Proust Questionnaire is said to reveal one’s true nature. We asked a National…

Trust Questionnaire: Graeme Duffus

Made famous by writer Marcel Proust, the Proust Questionnaire is said to reveal one’s true nature. We asked a National…

Karen Aird: On a Mission to Change the Game for Indigenous Heritage Places in Canada

Karen Aird is a member of Saulteau First Nations, Karen is the founding president of the Indigenous Heritage Circle, an emerging national…

Trust Questionnaire: Ali Piwowar

Made famous by writer Marcel Proust, the Proust Questionnaire is said to reveal one’s true nature. We asked a National…

Bringing Humour to Canada’s Hardest-Hit Communities

Canada is full of historic small towns that are pushing through tough economic times – and comedian Jonny Harris and…

Making History Accessible for Today and the Future

Almost 30 years ago today, I was wheeling through the Prairies on the last leg of my Man In Motion…