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2017 Nova Scotia
Heritage Conference
Toqolugwejig •
Working Together •
Faire front commun

November 1 – 3, 2017
The Westin Nova Scotian
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Learn and discuss how we can work together to approach heritage as an industry to turn communities into attractive destinations while supporting a sustainable housing industry and a special kind of real estate market.

Join Us in November!

2017 Nova Scotia Heritage Conference
Toqolugwejig • Working Together • Faire front commun

November 1 – 3, 2017
The Westin Nova Scotian | Halifax, Nova Scotia

Learn and discuss how we can work together to approach heritage as an industry to turn communities into attractive destinations while supporting a sustainable housing industry and a special kind of real estate market.

Full Conference – 3 Days ($200 +HST)

Wednesday, November 1 – 1 Day ($85 +HST)
Thursday, November 2 – 1 Day ($85 +HST)
Friday, November 3 – 1 Day ($50 +HST)

Join Us in November!

Public Panel Discussion  – “Working Together” – Featuring Marc Denhez

Keynote Speaker & Community Panel with reception
Wednesday November 1st, 6pm-8pm
Atlantic Ballroom, the Westin Nova Scotian

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Keynote Speaker

Marc Denhez is a lawyer, mediator and author. His career covered 14 countries, for clients ranging from heritage agencies to program reviews at UNESCO’s Paris headquarters. He chaired a national government-industry task force on the renovation industry, is a past Research Director of the National Trust, and lectured on five continents. He is co-recipient of an Award of Excellence from the Canadian Institute of Planners, and received a national Heritage Award from the Government of Canada. He has 250 publications (translated into 7 languages). Two books were distributed by the International Union of Local Authorities and the World Bank.

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Richard Zurawski was elected to Halifax Regional Council in 2016 and he is a member of the municipal Heritage Advisory Committee. He was previously a talk show host and meteorologist on radio and television. He also taught at Saint Mary’s University, and is a PhD Candidate in Education at MSVU. Councillor Zurawski is a published author of four books and a documentary maker. He is a very strong advocate for environmental protection. Councillor Zurawski is an active promoter of evidence based, conscientious decision making. He has a strong belief that it is possible for us to do better in HRM when it comes to how we deal with housing, taxes, services, waste, transportation and the environment. It is time to make the changes and do it in a smart, effective and thoughtful way.