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Hēritage Magazine

Welcome to Hēritage  

The only national quarterly magazine dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of Canada’s historic places. Discover a wealth of interesting and informative feature articles, indepth coverage of current heritage issues, and entertaining success stories that celebrate places that matter to Canadians, while highlighting the people who help to keep them alive.

Your subscription includes many benefits: membership in the National Trust and free access to historic sites in Canada and National Trust properties in the U.K, the U.S., Australia, and more. And all for only $40 a year! A subscription to Hēritage guarantees your own personal copy each quarter.

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Inside our current issue:

The Perfect Mix: Old Buildings and the New Economy looks at recent developments across the country where old places are helping to nurture a creative economy--whether found in bustling downtowns or along rural byways.  
By Carolyn Quinn
 
The Forgotten Plan for Canada's Capital brings attention to the 100th anniversary of the visionary 1915 Holt/Bennett master plan for the Nation's Capital and looks at what can be learned from this remarkable blueprint.  
By Barry Padolsky
 
The Jubilee -- Halifax's Phoenix Fountain celebrates the remarkable restoration of the once elegant and beloved Jubilee Fountain in the city's historic Public Gardens -- and all in time to mark a 21st century Diamond Jubilee celebration.
By H.M. Scott Smith   
 
Faces and Places takes you to Grimsby, Ontario, where graduate student Sara Nixon has turned her passion for heritage into a new award-wining App. 
 
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