The annual National Trust conference is Canada’s largest heritage learning and networking event. Held in a different part of Canada every year, this national conference brings together a wide-range of people keeping Canada’s heritage alive: from grassroots advocates, professionals and planners, to elected officials, policy makers, and students.
NATIONAL TRUST CONFERENCE 2018
Heritage as a Social, Economic, and Placemaking Force
October 18-20 • Fredericton, NB
Fredericton Convention Centre
The 2018 National Trust Conference is heading to Fredericton to explore the theme of Opportunity Knocks: Heritage as a Social, Economic, and Placemaking Force. The conference will explore the transformative power of heritage to help turn places around, galvanize communities, and create fresh options. Bringing together the cutting-edge of heritage thought and practice, in Canada and abroad, the conference will emphasize inter-disciplinary insights on such diverse topics as heritage-led development, sustainability, museum/historic site regeneration, and Indigenous heritage
CROWNE PLAZA FREDERICTON-LORD BEAVERBROOK
The Crowne Plaza Fredericton – Lord Beaverbrook hotel is a historic hotel located in the heart of downtown Fredericton. The hotel features on-site restaurants, free high-speed Internet access, a heated saltwater pool, and fitness centre. Parking is $10 per day. Check-in is 3pm and check-out is 11am.
659 Queen St., Fredericton, NB
Traditional Guest Room $179.00 Single/Double Occupancy plus applicable taxes.
If booking by phone, call Toll Free 1-877-424-4188 or 506-455-3371 and please say you are staying with the National Trust for Canada Room Block. Reservations are required by September 26, 2018.
Interested in sponsorship? Our corporate partners enjoy opportunities to raise their profile and network with industry leaders and conference delegates from across country. Contact us today 613-237-1066 ext. 234 / JNormandeau@nationaltrustcanada.ca.
“The conference is the best and largest gathering of heritage professionals in Canada. It is the one event in Canada that brings together a diverse group of people with common interests and a broad set of expertise in the protection of historic places. This event creates the community of heritage professionals in Canada.”
David Ecclestone – Partner, +VG Architects