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Protecting, Promoting & Preserving

Newfoundland & Labrador's Built & Intangible Heritage 

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We are pleased to present the winners of our 2017 Heritage Places Poster Contest!


Junior High and Overall Winner

Hae Na Luther, Grade 9

Stella Maris Academy, Trepassey

See Hae Na's art here


Primary Winner

Liam Costello, Kindergarten

St. Bonaventure's College, St. John's

See Liam's art here 


Elementary Winner

Waffa Zahralyn, Grade 4

St. Matthew's Elementary

See Waffa's art here


Senior High Winner

Nicole Chaulk, Grade 12  

Glovertown Academy, Glovertown  

See Nicole's art here          

Voice your Support for a Federal Bill to Provide Financial Incentives for Heritage Preservation!

Bill C-323, recently introduced in Parliament, would see the introduction of a significant tax credit to support built heritage preservation that applies to both commercial and residential properties.  Please weigh in with your federal MP to build support for this important legislation.  For information on how, click here.  


We are seeking new Board members!

If you have experience/strong interest in the preservation of our province's heritage structures and the safeguarding of our intangible cultural heritage please consider applying to be a member of our Board. Assets include experience in the following: heritage preservation; architecture and planning; community development; public relations and communications; financial management; and/or legal expertise. Our Board strives to achieve gender equity and good regional representation including from First Nations communities. Interested individuals can apply through the Provincial Independent Appointments Commission
For additional information please contact Jerry Dick at: or 709-739-1892, ext. 1


Registered Heritage Structure Designation and Restoration Grant

Deadline March 1, 2017  

Heritage Structure Maintenance Grant Program

Open Deadline    

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