Ottawa, Ontario, November 1, 2005 - The Chair of the Board of Governors of the Heritage Canada Foundation, Michel Grenier, has announced the appointment (effective October 24) of Natalie Bull as the Foundation's new Executive Director. Ms. Bull brings to the Foundation over 15 years of experience in heritage conservation at the municipal and federal levels.
Ottawa, ON - August 31, 2005 - The Heritage Canada Foundation welcomes the publication of the landmark study, Human Resources in Canada's Built Heritage: Mapping the Work Force and Setting Strategic Priorities.
Ottawa, ON- July 28, 2005- The Heritage Canada Foundation is proud to announce that SOS-Églises will receive an Achievement Award in recognition for its perseverance and tireless determination to save the 121 year-old St. Joachim Church, one of the last remaining sentinels of French-Canadian life in Essex County, southwestern Ontario, from demolition.
Ottawa, ON July 28, 2005 - The Heritage Canada Foundation today announced the winners of its Awards Program, the nation's most prestigious recognition for achievement and excellence in the field of heritage conservation.
Ottawa, ON June 16, 2005 - The Heritage Canada Foundation is today urging the federal government to pass the Second Reading of Bill S-14, An Act to protect heritage lighthouses. Once passed, the bill will be referred to the Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development and following clause-by-clause reading, be sent back to the House of Commons for Third Reading.
Ottawa, ON March 10, 2005 - Michel Grenier, Chair of the Heritage Canada Foundation Board of Governors, announced the resignation of its Executive Director, Brian Anthony, effective March 1, 2005.
Mr. Anthony who served as the organization's chief executive since 1995, said today that he was leaving in order to pursue other opportunities in the cultural sector.
Ottawa, ON February 23, 2005 - The Heritage Canada Foundation today welcomed the heritage provisions in the federal Budget tabled this afternoon by the Minister of Finance.
Heritage Canada's 2004 Annual Report Card Lists Five Worst Losses And Top 10 Most Endangered Places – Press Release
Ottawa, ON, February 21, 2005-The Heritage Canada Foundation has chosen Heritage Day to release its second annual report card - a listing of Canada's ""Top Five" worst building losses and its "Top Ten" most endangered places of 2004.
Perth, ON - February 16, 2005 - On behalf of the Heritage Canada Foundation, Brian Anthony, the foundation's executive director, will assist His Worship, Dennis Cordick, Mayor of Perth, with the unveiling of the 2004 Prince of Wales Prize. The afternoon reception will be held, appropriately, at Perth's beautifully restored Town Hall on Friday February 18, 2005.
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