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January 1, 2010

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Municipal heritage surveys are conducted to identify, document and understand potential historic resources in a community. This guide provides information on how to plan and manage a heritage survey and discusses the survey documentation that will result. The publication is one in a series...


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January 1, 2010

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Municipal heritage programs and local historic places are a key to smart, sustainable community development, and an opportunity for municipalities to participate in a national conservation initiative. This guide is intended to help municipalities: understand the processes and programs available...


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January 1, 2010

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A completed municipal heritage survey provides a window on a community’s social and architectural history. Using the Alberta Heritage Survey Form helps ensure that this information is gathered in a consistent way across the province and over time. This booklet provides detailed lists of the codes...


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January 1, 2010

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Under the Historical Resources Act, Alberta’s municipalities have the power to designate historic resources within their jurisdictions as Municipal Historic Resources. Some municipalities have found it helpful to create a heritage inventory that includes all historic places that are eligible for...


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January 1, 2010

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Communities across Alberta have significant historic places that citizens would like to recognize and conserve. Municipal Historic Resources designation is a tool municipalities can use to ensure significant places are preserved. This guide explains how to designate a Municipal Historic Resource...


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January 1, 2010

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A completed municipal heritage survey provides a window on a community’s social and architectural history. This booklet provides detailed information about three aspects of completing a heritage survey: fieldwork, including photographic documentation; historical research; and completing the...


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January 1, 1994

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Site drainage is an important component of good historic resource management. This Heritage Note is intended to assist building owners, managers and contractors in finding the source of common drainage problems, and offer some possible solutions. This is the seventh in a series of Heritage Notes,...


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January 1, 1994

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Some heritage buildings may suffer from floor problems that require attention. This Heritage Note examines the elements that make up the subfloor’s structural system, identifies the problems one might expect to encounter, and offers possible solutions for some of the problems a homeowner may...