Organizations - Municipal
Calgary Heritage Initiative Society (CHI) - Calgary, AB
The CHI is a Calgary-wide, membership-based volunteer heritage advocacy group, founded in 2005. They advocate to preserve the productive use of buildings and areas of historic significance.
Capital Heritage Connexion - Ottawa, ON
The Capital Heritage Connexion/Connexion patrimoine de la capitale is an umbrella organization serving heritage stakeholders in the greater Ottawa area. The CHC plays a role in developing and sustaining Ottawa’s heritage sector and ensuring local residents have access to heritage.
Edmonton Heritage Council - Edmonton, AB
Their mission is to connect people to the stories of Edmonton by helping them research, preserve, interpret, and advocate for their heritage.
Fredericton Heritage Trust - Fredericton, NB
A volunteer non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to promoting the preservation of the natural, historical, and architectural heritage of the Capital Region of New Brunswick.
Frontenac Heritage Foundation - Kingston, ON
A non-profit organization that promotes the preservation of buildings that contribute to the heritage of our region. The region includes, City of Kingston, Frontenac County, Loyalist Township, Township of Frontenac Islands, Town of Gananoque, Township of Leeds & the Thousand Islands.
Heritage London Foundation (HLF) - London, ON
HLF is charitable organization founded in 1981 that advocates for the preservation of significant heritage properties. In addition, HLF collaborates with other heritage groups and museums to educate the public and raise awareness about the profound importance of conserving London’s heritage buildings.
Heritage Mississauga (Mississauga Heritage Foundation) - Mississauga, ON
Heritage Mississauga strives to create a sustainable heritage resource that will continue to contribute to the cultural vibrancy of the local community and which is available to all. Recognized as experts in the field of research, writing and program delivery, the organization works in partnership with the community to deliver effective and interesting programs and services.
Heritage Montreal - Montreal, QC
As a private non-profit, Heritage Montreal has worked to promote and to protect the architectural, historic, natural, and cultural heritage of Greater Montreal, its neighbourhoods, and communities.
Heritage Ottawa - Ottawa, ON
Heritage Ottawa is the main non-governmental group dedicated to the appreciation and conservation of the heritage of landscapes of the country's capital. Through promotional, education and awareness-raising activities, they encourage commitment and investment in the protection and enhancement of Ottawa's heritage, in the interest of today's and future generations.
Heritage Regina - Regina, SK
Heritage Regina has a proud tradition of working for conservation. This includes education, advocacy work, and consultation with city planners, developers, and private architects.
Heritage Toronto - Toronto, ON
Heritage Toronto works to engage with local communities, and visitors to the city to discover and preserve heritage through leadership, advocacy, and public programs.
Heritage Vancouver - Vancouver, BC
Their vision is to inspire people through heritage. Through a thoughtful layering of new and old, physical, and non-physical qualities that make places meaningful, they are protecting and creating a diverse and inspiring place to live.
Heritage Winnipeg Corporation - Winnipeg, MB
Their mission is to promote and encourage the conservation of historic/heritage structures and sites and attend to those matters which enhance and complement this purpose. Emphasis is on restoration, revitalization, preservation, education, and advocacy.
Inglis Area Heritage Committee (Grain Elevators) - Inglis, MB
The Inglis Area Heritage Committee has contributed to the restoration of the Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site. This is the last remaining row of standard country grain elevators that was built between 1922 and 1941.
La Société historique de Québec - Quebec City, QC
A non-profit organization, founded in 1937 to publicize the heritage wealth of Quebec City and to collaborate in its development. It organizes public activities, publishes historical works and a calendar, and maintains a documentation center on the history of the capital.
Mole Hill Community Housing Society (MHCHS) - Vancouver, BC
MHCHS works to manage and maintain the Mole Hill houses and garden. Their other activities include education and advocacy related to community development and heritage preservation, historical maintenance projects, organising community art projects, and consulting about non-profit property management outside of Mole Hill.
Saskatoon Heritage Society - Saskatoon, SK
Their Mission is to advocate, support, and inspire Saskatoon to become a model for heritage preservation. This includes a vision of a Saskatoon that is informed and passionate about their heritage: where unique identity is valued, historic places and architectural landmarks are treasured and their history and stories celebrated.
Torbay Museum and Heritage Committee - Torbay, NL
The mandate of the Torbay Heritage Committee includes producing a display of historical artifacts for public viewing, and the preservation and promotion of the heritage of Torbay.
Vancouver Heritage Foundation - Vancouver, BC
Advances the appreciation and conservation of Vancouver's diverse heritage places and their stories. They provide various resources and guides available to visitors of their site.
Victoria Heritage Foundation (VHF) - Victoria, BC
The VHF is a not-for-profit organization under the Societies Act that supports owners of heritage buildings which were originally intended as single-family structures or duplexes. They work on projects related to education and public awareness.
Victoria Historical Society - Victoria, BC
Promotes interest in, and preservation of, the history of Victoria and that of British Columbia.