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Heritage Canada Foundation fonds Series
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Executive Director

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the executive directors of the Heritage Canada Foundation (HCF). Records include clippings, research, correspondence, financial statements, program notes and reports.

Government Relations

Series consists of records created and accumulated by Heritage Canada Foundation in connection with Canada's federal, provincial and municipal governments and associated bodies. Records consist largely of correspondence external to the foundation, as well as newspaper clippings, drafts for publication, legislation, and meeting minutes.

Heritage Canada Foundation was founded in 1973 by the federal Minister of Corporate and Consumer Affairs as a non-profit organization. From 1973 HCF corresponded with all levels of government to advocate for heritage legislation and to work with federal employees.

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.

Subject Files

Series is comprised of documents compiled into files by subject by the main office of the Heritage Canada Foundation (HCF) in Ottawa, ON.

Heritage Records

Series consists of records relating to Canadian heritage policy. Records include reports, newsletters, bulletins, guidelines, publications and proceedings.

Main Street Program

Series consists of documents created and accumulated by the offices of the Heritage Canada Foundation. Records consist of correspondence, contracts, publicity, legislation, meeting minutes and drafts for publication.

HCF founded the Main Street Program (1981-1994) based on earlier American models to counteract development in urban downtowns. Jim Mountain led the pilot project in Perth, ON from 1978-1981. HCF executive director Jacques Dalibard (1978-1995) oversaw the program's implementation. The Main Street Program extended to ca. 200 communities. After 1994 the program ended after federal funding finished, but the Quebec chapter continued. At the time of closure Main Street Program had four regional offices: West, Ontario, Quebec, and East.

Heritage Day

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation on the subject of the Foundation's campaign for a recognized Heritage Day. Records include publicity materials, meeting minutes, correspondence, educational information, and reports.

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