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Heritage Forum

Heritage Forum Agenda - Heritage & Wellbeing: The Importance of Place
        Forum AGENDA      Forum SPEAKERS
Hosted by Heritage Saskatchewan and the Ministry of Parks Culture and Sport, this one-day Forum took place February 2019, at the Delta Hotel, in Regina.

Heritage Forum Presentations - 
Thanks to our 2019 Heritage Forum presenters for sharing their presentations, as follows (in PDF):
Keynote Address: "The Importance of Place"Neal Kewistep, Executive-in-Residence, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
"Age-Friendly Saskatoon Initiative" - June Gawdun, Executive Director, Saskatoon Council on Aging.
"Repurposing Historic Buildings for Affordable Housing" - Kristina L. Johnson, Affordable Housing Specialist, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
"How Can Community Planning & Design Make Us Healthier?" - Charito Gailling, Project Manager, Population & Public Health, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Provincial Health Services Authority.
"Historic Neighbourhoods as Complete Neighbourhoods" - Natalie Bull, Executive Director, National Trust for Canada.
"Measuring Reconciliation in Saskatchewan" - Micheal Heimlick, Founder, Two Bridges Consulting.
"Measuring Wellbeing" - Sandra Massey, Research Program Coordinator, Heritage Saskatchewan. 

 

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