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Heritage Canada Foundation fonds Series
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Corporate Relations and Fundraising

Series consists of records created and accumulated by Heritage Canada Foundation in regards to the foundation's corporate partners, advertisers and advocates. Records include internal and external correspondence, applications, budgets and financial data, fundraising programs, proposals, publications, and reports.

Heritage Canada Foundation worked with corporate bodies and private partners in order to advertise, fundraise for HCF events or programs, advocate for heritage causes or conduct research. Includes international and American corporations as well as Canadian businesses and heritage associations.

Special Projects

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation between 1974 and 2006 in relation to the foundation's major advocacy campaigns, properties, conservation projects, and outreach programs. Records include correspondence, newsletters, clippings, reports, publicity items, proposals, and legal documents.

Provincial Government Relations

Series consists of records created and accumulated by HC and the provincial government of Canada. Records include correspondence, surveys and questionnaires, clippings, and reports.

Heritage Canada Foundation was involved with departments of the Federal Government of Canada as well as organizations related to the ten provincial governments, such as museums and galleries.

Resource Development

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation in relation to fundraising, acquisitions, and financial management. Records include guidelines, correspondence, research, financial reports, forms and advertising documents.

Executive Committee

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation in relation to the foundation executive committee and associated bodies. Records include proceedings, memos, letters, policies, financial statements and reports for one year of the committee's operation.

Chairman's Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence created and accumulated by the chairman of the Heritage Canada Foundation. Records in this series also include drafts, itineraries, presentations and pamphlets.

Product Marketing

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation (HCF) in relation to publicity and products of the foundation. Records include clippings, correspondence, information packages and samples, publications and news releases.

Heritage Canada Magazine

Series documents the national publication of the Heritage Canada magazine from 1978 to 1989. Series contains draft cover and page versions, correspondence with authors, and administrative records.

Heritage Canada Foundation began publishing a bilingual quarterly newsmagazine to its members in 1974. The magazine's name has changed five times: Heritage Canada (1974-1979), Canadian Heritage (1979-1993), Heritage Canada (1993-1998), Heritage/Patrimoine (1998-2005), Heritage (2005-present).

Public Relations: Library Services

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation in relation to the Foundation's library services. Records include book lists, invoices, applications, guidelines, procurement records, and clippings.

Canadian Centre for Livable Places

Series documents the activities of the Canadian Centre for Livable Places from 1988-1993. Series contains administrative, legal, and financial records for the Canadian Centre for Livable Places. These records take the forms of agendas, memos; legal advice, research and correspondence; budgets, receipts, and invoices. Also includes publications, promotional materials and educational materials.

The Canadian Centre for Livable Places (CCLP) began in ca. 1989 as a result of the success of the Heritage Canada Foundation's Main Street Program. John Weiler acted as director for the Centre throughout its operation. The CCLP aimed to facilitate mediation and negotiation between developers, municipal officials and citizens' groups. Its actions included symposiums, an occasional newsletter ("Resolution") providing educational services, applied research, and facilitating negotiation and mediation. The CCLP ceased operations ca. 1993.

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