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Blood Alley Square, Vancouver, circa 1975 VPSN member interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about Vancouver heritage, historic demolitions

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,... Continue reading »

April 20, 2017   |   0 comments
Photo of Arbutus Coffee house. Human stories give character to the places we value. Photo: Naomi Reichstein The Vancouver Heritage Register is about to change: Why you should care

by Naomi Wittes Reichstein, VPSN communications coordinator and Arbutus Greenway project lead In our physical environment, what crystallizes historical memory? What represents the collective consciousness of a community or part of it? What sums up a period – or even... Continue reading »

April 11, 2017   |   0 comments