Here are some of the interesting topics we are currently working on as part of the 2020 Conference Program:
- Navigating the Changes to the Ontario Heritage Act
- LPAT Here we Come!
- Development on Steroids – Appropriate Mixed Use Infill in a Heritage District
- Additions to Heritage Buildings – Why are they sol Challenging?
- Convincing Council why Heritage Matters
- Protecting Heritage Resources When No One is Home
- Historic Monuments – When Good Monuments Go Bad
- Why Don’t They Like Us – Can we make Heritage relevant to our ever changing society?
- What to do when God leaves the Building – Adaptive Re-use of Places of Worship
- Everything Old is New Again – Adaptive Re-use of Heritage Buildings
- Buildings on the Move – Relocating Cultural Heritage Resources
- What to do once the cows have left the Barn
- That Building Has Style
- Using Emerging Technology for Heritage Administration and Interpretation
- It’s Gotta Come Down! Combating Demolition due to Structural Issues
Check back in early 2020 to discover more details.
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