At Heritage Vancouver, we want to create a diverse and inspiring place to live. We believe that a thoughtful layering of old and new, physical and non-physical qualities, sense of place, public memory, and community connections are significant in maintaining the fabric of our city. In our work, we employ a community-based, knowledge-led, diverse, and independent viewpoint which are part of our values.
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Our past efforts included major public campaigns to preserve the Stanley Theatre (in 1992), Victory Square (in 1994), Lions Gate Bridge (in 1998) where we were the only voice towards its retention instead of demolition, Woodwards, Firehall #15, the Arthur Erickson designed Evergreen Building, ongoing efforts to preserve the art deco Burrard Bridge, and Vancouver’s oldest remaining wooden schoolhouse Carleton Hall (1896) now in use by the Greenthumb Theatre Company.