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April 20, 2017 at 10:00 AM

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VPSN member interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about Vancouver heritage, historic demolitions

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Blood Alley Square, Vancouver, circa 1975

Blood Alley Square, Vancouver, circa 1975

We were on the radio this week! Have a listen here!

Following publication of this article on the major upcoming changes to the framework for the Vancouver Heritage Register, VPSN communications coordinator Naomi Wittes Reichstein appeared for an interview on Roundhouse Radio 98.3 FM, on Sense of Place with host Minelle Mahtani. They talked about the effects of demolition on historical memory and the cultural erasure that can result when the built environment gets torn down.

Check it out!

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