We have national networks that work together and tackle pan-Canadian challenges and issues.
Our Council of Advisors
The National Trust for Canada benefits from the advice of a panel of distinguished Canadians who serve on its Council of Advisors.
Our National Council
We are connected across the country through our National Council, a network of leaders representing organizations with national, provincial, or territory-wide mandates in the protection and celebration of historic places.
National Roundtable on Heritage Education
The National Roundtable on Heritage Education brings to together educators and students from Canada’s post-secondary heritage conservation programs to work collaboratively, and help launch the next generation of heritage craftspeople, professionals, and advocates.
Agora – The National Trust for Canada’s Listserv
The National Trust’s Agora is a Listserv where Canadians involved in saving places that matter – volunteers, community leaders, professionals, policymakers, and craftspeople – gather to share issues, questions, and solutions for historic places