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National Trust for Canada Awards: Call for Nominations

Deadline: April 29, 2016

The National Trust for Canada is pleased to announce the opening of the nomination period for its National Awards.

The National Trust is accepting nominations for the following prizes:

Gabrielle Léger Medal for Lifetime Achievement

Lieutenant Governor's Award for Heritage Conservation

Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Award for Building Heritage


Gabrielle Léger Medal for Lifetime Achievement

Nominations for the Gabrielle Léger Medal for Lifetime Achievement must be received on or before April 29, 2016For submission criteria and instructions, click here.

Selections are made by an independent jury whose members represent, on a broad basis, the regions of Canada, the various disciplines relating to heritage conservation, and the voluntary heritage movement.

Please send nominations and support materials to:

National Awards Program
The National Trust for Canada
190 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa ON K1R 6H4

For additional information email: nationaltrust@nationaltrustcanada.ca
or phone (613) 237-1066. Please do not email submissions.


Lieutenant Governor's Award for Heritage Conservation

Nominations for the Lieutenant Governor's Award for Heritage Conservation must be received on or before April 29, 2016For submission criteria and instructions, click hereIn 2016, candidates from the Province of Ontario will be considered.

Selections are made by an independent jury whose members represent, on a broad basis, the regions of Canada, the various disciplines relating to heritage conservation, and the voluntary heritage movement.

Please send nominations and support materials to:

National Awards Program
The National Trust for Canada
190 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa ON K1R 6H4

For additional information email: nationaltrust@nationaltrustcanada.ca
or phone (613) 237-1066. Please do not email submissions.


Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Award for Building Heritage

Nominations for the Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage must be received on or before April 29, 2016

The award will be presented annually in two categories, with the potential for multiple awards in each category:

  • Adaptive Use/Rehabilitation: projects that demonstrate sensitivity and creativity in preserving the heritage values of a site while making possible a continuing or compatible contemporary use.
  • Infill: projects that integrate new construction in a historic context in a way that reinforces the character of the streetscape, enhances heritage values and contributes to the revitalization of the complex or district. 

For submission criteria and instructions, click here.

Selections are made by an independent jury whose members represent, on a broad basis, the regions of Canada, the various disciplines relating to heritage conservation, and the voluntary heritage movement.

Please send nominations and support materials to:

National Awards Program
The National Trust for Canada
190 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa ON K1R 6H4

For additional information email: nationaltrust@nationaltrustcanada.ca
or phone (613) 237-1066. Please do not email submissions.