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Conservation Courses - Canada

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology – Architectural and Buildings Technology Program
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Courses: Architectural Drafting; Graphics and Design: Sketching; Architectural History
Delivery: on-campus and as requested for local heritage groups

Ontario

Cambridge, Ontario
Established: 2003
Degree(s) Granted: Bachelor of Applied Technology
Areas of Emphasis: Architectural project and facility management of the built environment.                                                  
Current Activity Areas: Project based studios that include both new buildings and adaptive reuse and renovation of heritage buildings. 
 
Established: 2010
Degree(s) Granted: Bachelor of Interior Design
Areas of Emphasis: Interior Design                                                                      
Current Activity Areas: Project based studios that include both new buildings and adaptive reuse and renovation of heritage buildings. 

University of Waterloo – Heritage Resources Centre
Waterloo, Ontario
Established: 1986
Course (one only): Heritage Planning Workshop (Open to undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Planning, Students in Recreation and leisure Studies, and community members)
Areas of Emphasis: conservation theory, policy and legislation; documentation and research; property ownership, tax and development matters;
Current Research Areas: Heritage Conservation Districts, Municipal Policy, Cultural Heritage Landscapes, Cultural Planning, Energy Issues related to Heritage Structures, Heritage Development and Heritage Economics.