Best practices for making controversial changes to heritage places
Citizens care about heritage places, and public reaction to proposed changes can be intense. Officers’ Square in Fredericton and the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa – both National Historic Sites – are two recent examples where petitions protesting the proposed changes garnered thousands of signatures, and where public opposition to projects was mobilized and amplified using social media.
While it is very positive to see strong citizen engagement in protecting the future of places that matter,
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