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____ Wednesday October 21, 2015 ____


Looking Forward: Heritage

The National Trust Comments on Federal Election 2015

Ottawa -- The National Trust for Canada congratulates Prime Minister elect Justin Trudeau on his election victory yesterday. The National Trust looks forward to working with the new federal government on opportunities to renew and revitalize Canadian communities and the cultural heritage places that matter to Canadians.

"With a historic milestone for the country fast approaching in 2017, the new government has an unparalleled opportunity to introduce measures that attract investment and attention to places that matter in ways that improve quality of life, enhance economic and environmental sustainability and strengthen Canadian identity," said Natalie Bull, Executive Director of the National Trust.

Later this week, the National Trust's National Council, will meet in Calgary to discuss what the election results mean for heritage and places that tell our national stories.

The National Trust is hosting its National Conference, Heritage Energized -- Canada's largest heritage conservation learning and networking event -- October 22-24 at Calgary's Fairmont Palliser Hotel.

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