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Capital heritage sector’s strength, tenacity, and innovation

Photo: Now is the best time to see the cherry blossoms in Ottawa. (Chelsea Faucher)

With an extended stay-at-home order announced last week in Ontario, we continue to admire the Capital heritage sector’s strength, tenacity, and innovation.  Despite current restrictions, heritage organizations and attractions continue to reinvent their programming, events, and staff and volunteer roles.

We invite You to discover our Members’ increasingly sophisticated online offerings and new heritage insights and experiences.

Our Membership encompasses a broad range of heritage serving and oriented organizations and individuals across Canada’s Capital region and beyond, and we welcome new Members to further strengthen their connections.

To become one of our valued Members, follow this link to submit your application.

Now is the time to focus our collective vision on reimagining and building on the resiliency of the heritage sector on the other side of the pandemic.

Catherine Lindquist
Executive Director