You Can Now Register Online!

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We are thrilled to announce our new online membership registration and renewal service. It is now simpler and faster for you to join ICOMOS Canada and to bring your contribution to innovative thinking and practice for the conservation of cultural … Read More

ICOMOS Canada’s initiative on O.U.V. has begun

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ICOMOS Canada’s initiative on Outstanding Universal Value has begun. Seventeen sites located in Alberta, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan have approached our experts for general direction to translate local significance into potential OUV. … Read More

ICOMOS Canada Publishes Its New Field Guide

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ICOMOS Canada is proud to present its new Field Guide to Tactical Heritage Urbanism. As part of its 2016 Annual Symposium held in Toronto last May, and in conjunction with ERA Architects and several partner organizations, ICOMOS Canada organized a … Read More

ICOMOS Canada in Quito for HABITAT III

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ICOMOS Canada has been invited to be part of the official Canadian Delegation accompanying the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development to the HABITAT III Conference in Quito, Ecuador. HABITAT III is the third United Nations International Conference on … Read More

The Conversation Continues

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The National Conversation on Cultural Landscapes is pleased to announce the line-up of speakers and topics for its monthly web-discussions. These take place at 3:00 pm EST, on the third Friday of every month: October 14, 2016: Canadian Landscape Charter … Read More

Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: A Literature Review

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Last June, APTI’s Technical Committee on Sustainable Preservation published an extensive literature review of recent publications in English on Climate Change and Cultural Heritage Conservation. Thie review includes a number of articles or studies underway on climate change and cultural … Read More

A New Look at the Florence Charter on Historic Gardens

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On June 22nd to 24th, 2016, the ICOMOS-IFLA International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes held an international workshop entitled The Florence Charter on Historic Gardens revisited: long-term experience and new approaches. The objectives of the workshop were: To review the … Read More

ICOMOS Canada’s New Thematic Priorities

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ICOMOS Canada‘s work covers a wide span of interests for professionals, governments and researchers. Beginning in 2016, the organization will invest resources in three thematic priorities: CLIMATE CHANGE, CULTURAL LANDSCAPES and ABORIGINAL HERITAGE. These are broad societal issues that are … Read More

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