Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

National Trust for Canada (Virtual): Building Community Through Diversifying Partners and Audience Representation (Part 1)

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Heritage leaders and historic places are increasingly recognizing the imperative to build relationships, reach new audiences and make space for narratives that tell a more inclusive story of Canada. It can be difficult to know where to start this process, and the National Trust is offering a series of webinars to introduce these concepts and...

National Trust for Canada (Virtual): Public Engagement and Community Outreach (Part 2)

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FREE Historic places are recognizing the imperative to build relationships, reach new audiences and make space for narratives that tell a more inclusive story of Canada. It can be difficult to know where to start this process, and the Trust is offering a series of webinars to introduce these concepts and address some of the...

National Trust for Canada (Virtual): Gathering of the Heritage Sector: Taking Action on Bill C-23, New Federal Heritage Legislation

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FREE Bill C23 – An Act respecting places, persons and events of national historic significance or national interest, archaeological resources, and cultural and natural heritage – is at Second Reading in the House of Commons, with the first round of debate completed on Dec 2. A working group has prepared a response with recommended amendments...

National Trust for Canada (Virtual): Webinar: Identifying Sponsorship Opportunities for your Historic Site (Fundraising Webinar Bundle Part 3)

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FREE There is a big difference between corporate sponsor solicitation and donor solicitation. And, when you are new to fundraising, it can be daunting to wade into the competitive sponsorship environment. Webinar leaders, Kirstin Evenden and Emily Boulet provide tips on what sponsors are looking for, how to best approach them and how to gain...