Category: Heritage

A Legacy to Build On

“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” —Leonard Cohen. I’ve always been a fan of this quote, because it reminds us that the point in looking back at past decisions is not to judge the past, but to learn from it.

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Canadians dig their history

It is my view that archeology begins and ends with the public. My work at the NCC involves sharing my passion and expertise in archeology with Canadians. It’s truly a pleasure to have the opportunity to help them experience the region’s history.

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The NCC took the first step in a 50-year transformation of the Capital

I was pleased to officially introduce the Plan for Canada’s Capital, 2017-2067 to Canadians on May 9, and now to launch the NCC’s new blog with this post regarding the plan.

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