Ottawa, ON, December 3, 2015 – The National Trust for Canada is launching REGENERATION, a new blog designed to share inspiring and provocative stories and ideas about saving and regenerating places that matter.
REGENERATION will feature topics ranging from current conservation trends and the rehabilitation of heritage buildings, to top news stories about historic places and the people who care about them. It is also a place where Canadians can share views and comments and contribute to a national conversation.
REGENERATION launches today with National Trust executive director Natalie Bull’s inaugural post. Written with tomorrow’s Speech from the Throne in mind, Natalie shares her optimism about working with the new government to revolutionize the way society sees historic places, create opportunities, and save places that matter – all in time for 150th anniversary celebrations in 2017. Don’t miss it!
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