Winners of the 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Heritage Awards announced

May 29th, 2018, Regina, SK – Heritage Saskatchewan is excited to officially announce the winners of the 2018 Lieutenant Governor Heritage Awards. His Honour the Honourable W. Thomas Malloy will present the worthy winners with their awards on Wednesday June 13 at Government House, Regina. This annual event celebrates those projects that safeguard the Living Heritage of this rich and diverse province for future generations. Recognition is given for the skills, knowledge and commitment that each of the building owners, designers and craftspeople, heritage workers and creative individuals demonstrate during the development and implementation of each heritage project.

The winners are:

Physical Heritage Conservation

  • Confederation Park & Fountain
  • Khedive Heritage Recreation Centre
  • The Frontenac Apartments

Public Outreach

  • Journées du patrimoine – Heritage Days
  • Original Humboldt – Sharing Stories of the Land

Community Development

  • Nehiyawak Language Experience

Intangible Cultural Heritage

  • Souris Moose Creek Region Video Series

Ingrid Cazakoff, CEO of Heritage Saskatchewan, commented, “We had a really great response to this year’s awards, which took a slightly different format to previous years with the introduction of new categories. The standard of entries was very high and I am extremely pleased to know that so many communities throughout the province are taking such big steps towards preserving our Living Heritage. The entries submitted by the winning projects went above and beyond our expectations and I would like to congratulate each of them for doing such positive heritage work within their own
communities.”

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