Track 5: CANADA 150 – INDIGENOUS HERITAGE, DIVERSITY, and NEW DIRECTIONS / Volet 5: Canada 150 – Patrimoine autochtone, diversité et nouvelles orientations

We protect what we value: Re-imagining our evaluation and protection models

Friday, October 13
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

The introduction to the session examines traditional evaluation and protection models; explores the current challenges of protecting the living context of place and considers international models that consider multi-faceted site values and layers of history. Leading into the panel presentations, Hanna will propose options by which to broaden the protection framework to more accurately reflect the story, values and diverse composition of our communities.

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Beth Hanna

Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Heritage Trust

Beth Hanna is Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Heritage Trust. Beth has served the public in the field of conservation for more than 30 years, working in the municipal sector before joining the Province of Ontario in 2000. She has a breadth of experience in the design and delivery of inclusive, engaging public programs and the conservation and stewardship of significant places. She works with government ministries and agencies, First Nations and Métis communities, conservation organizations and community groups, educators, funders and donors. Beth is passionate about conserving the province’s heritage, and understanding the diversity of experiences, traditions, and perspectives of its peoples and communities.

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