Carelton Students Asking for Your Help with Insurance Research


Students in the graduate program in heritage conservation in the School of Canadian Studies at Carleton University are currently working on a project to examine the relationship between heritage properties and insurance. It is being undertaken as part of CDNS 5402 - Heritage Conservation: Theory and practice. The focus of the project is an effort to try and understand perceptions surrounding the cost of insurance for heritage properties in Canada as held by both homeowners and insurance brokers. This information will be used to identify any trends and areas for further research.

Your information will be kept confidential and your identity will not be revealed. Survey results will contain an anonymous identifier, and will not contain any personal information such as name, address, or phone number, or IP address. Data collected will be used by students in the completion of a course project, and possibly in the publication of a short professional paper. Following the completion of the project, the data will be deleted from the Survey Monkey server.


If you consent to participate in this survey, please visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BR8P8WM


For more information, or if there are questions or concerns, please contact the course instructor Dr. Marcus Letourneau at marcus_letourneau@carleton.ca.
Heritage Resources Centre - Annual General Meeting
Monday April 1, 2013
12:00 – 1:30pm
Location: Environmental Studies Building 1, Room 221

Please join us to learn about the projects the Heritage Resources Centre worked on in 2012, including: Heritage Districts Work - More Stories of Success; Arch, Truss and Beam: The Grand River Watershed Heritage Bridge Inventory; and launching Building Stories.

We will also overview 2013 projects and other future plans. A special presentation will be made by students from the Heritage Planning class, on their project to create a marketing plan for the Heritage Resources Centre.

Lunch will be provided.

RSVP by March 25, 2013 to kajonas@uwaterloo.ca or 519-888-4567 ext. 36921

Four Day Heritage Planning Workshop 
Waterloo, Ontario 
May 4 & 5 AND May 25 & 26 



A number of themes will be covered including:

  • Examining the Concept of Heritage
  • The International Context
  • Heritage Legislation
  • The Full Range of Planning Tools
  • Writing Statements of Significance
  • The Heritage Property Business
  • The Heritage Consulting Business
  •  Decision Making
Cost: $350 
If you're intrested please e-mail hrc@uwaterloo.ca to register