National Trust Conference 2022

The Heritage Reset: Making Critical Choices October 20-22, 2022 

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A Year of Learning

Unlock a library of webinars and our most popular conference sessions with a National Trust membership – available on-demand, ready…

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As this unusual year draws to a close, we look back on so much generosity.

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To the donors who made more Launch Pad Coaching possible and equipped community leaders amidst the pandemic…

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Amazing speakers at virtual Gatherings who tackled everything from anti-racism to insurance…

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Compelling VisitLists and jolly digital selfies that gave house-bound Canadians a taste of summer sightseeing…

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A roster of conference sponsors and conference speakers who inspired 800 delegates…

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Members who joined and make the movement stronger…

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And a thousand Passport places in Canada and abroad who can’t wait to welcome National Trust members inside (for free!).

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So many gifts to be thankful for. Happy holidays!

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Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi, Alberta

Writing-on-stone/ Áísínai’pi is Canada’s most recent cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site, designated in July of 2019. The park is home to the most…

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Pimachiowin Aki, Manitoba and Ontario

Canada’s first – and North America’s largest – mixed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pimachiowin Aki is a 29,040 km2 protected…

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SGang Gwaay, British Columbia

The carved poles on this island have been recognized by UNESCO as among the finest examples of their type in…

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Rideau Canal, Ontario

The canal is the best remaining example of a slackwater canal in North America, and the only canal dating back…

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Red Bay Basque Whaling Station, Newfoundland and Labrador

According to UNESCO, the archeological site established by Basque mariners during the 1530’s contains the best-preserved evidence of the European…

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Old Town Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

UNESCO has designated Lunenburg a World Heritage site due to it being the best-surviving example of a British colonial settlement…

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Landscape of Grand Pré, Nova Scotia

The Landscape of the Grand Pré was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site on accounts of its approach to agricultural…

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L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site, Newfoundland and Labrador

L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site is considered the first European settlement in North America, and its 11th-century archeological remains…

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Historic District of Old Québec, Québec

Québec City carries World Heritage significance as the only North American city to have preserved its defensive works including ramparts,…

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Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Alberta

This 10-metre tall cliff was used for over 6,000 years by the indigenous peoples of the plains, whose “buffalo runners”…

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Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Alberta

This 10-metre tall cliff was used for over 6,000 years by the indigenous peoples of the plains, whose “buffalo runners”…

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Bringing heritage to life

… and inspiring Canadians to save places that matter. We are on a mission to make historic places the cornerstone…

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