The National Trust For Canada and Funding
Thursday July 23, 12:45 ET: Join the Trust’s Natalie Bull @nationaltrustca Instagram for a special #HistoricPlacesDay tour of the Old Carleton County Courthouse in Upper Woodstock, New Brunswick, led by Carleton County Historical Society President John Thompson, and Executive Director Johanne Barret. The Courthouse is one of 27 New Brunswick sites participating in #HistoricPlacesDay #AllSummerLong – offering chances for the sites, and the people who love them, to stay top of mind with Canadians, and to win great prizes to boot! Post a digital selfie to get started at www.historicplacesday.ca.
See the website www.historicplacesday.ca for other NB sites participating in Canada Historic Places Day, whether it’s virtually, or in some cases open to visitors or open by appointment. For more information on the 27 participating NB sites, check out the following link which provides the opening status and website links to each of the sites: New Brunswick Sites Participating in CHPD 2020
The National Trust For Canada is a national not-for-profit organization and charity that leads and inspires action for built heritage, heritage associations, and museums. Additionally, The National Trust has a long track record for raising awareness for heritage conservation, saving heritage properties across Canada, and engaging Canadians in keeping their own historic places alive. The organization also has a multitude of tools, information, and resources for those interested in preserving Canadian heritage. The organization has resources on finding funding.
They have recently launched a campaign to include a Federal Tax Incentive for Budget 2019 for the preservation of Canada’s rapidly eroding built heritage.
To help aid the AHNB and the NTOC in this endeavour a tool kit has been provided here: