• Feb 16, 2021

    Let's talk about protecting community heritage sites

    Interested in contributing to the conversation about local heritage sites?

    Tune in to a public hearing about assigning heritage designation to the Sybil Andrews and Haig-Brown properties. Due to the pandemic, the public hearing will take place online, Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m.

    “Designation is the highest heritage status a community can bestow on a site and gives the properties the highest level of protection,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “Both of these City-owned properties are part of this community’s legacy and tell stories of people whose accomplishments and influence made a difference to Campbell River.”

    The proposal to give heritage designation to the Sybil Andrews and Haig-Brown properties is being considered as British Columbia marks Heritage Week from Feb. 15 to 21. Read more...

Let's talk about protecting community heritage sites

by Tanya Wood | Feb 16, 2021

Interested in contributing to the conversation about local heritage sites?

Tune in to a public hearing about assigning heritage designation to the Sybil Andrews and Haig-Brown properties. Due to the pandemic, the public hearing will take place online, Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m.

“Designation is the highest heritage status a community can bestow on a site and gives the properties the highest level of protection,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “Both of these City-owned properties are part of this community’s legacy and tell stories of people whose accomplishments and influence made a difference to Campbell River.”

The proposal to give heritage designation to the Sybil Andrews and Haig-Brown properties is being considered as British Columbia marks Heritage Week from Feb. 15 to 21. Read more...