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Oct 24, 2015 · 24 Sussex is designated as a Classified Federal Heritage Building because of its direct association with Prime Ministers of Canada, its status as a nationally known landmark, and the impact of the house and its grounds on the character of the surrounding area

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  • explore the buildings near parliament hill– canada's

    explore the buildings near parliament hill– canada's

    The building was built between 1931 and 1932 to house the United States Embassy. It is prominently located across from Parliament Hill. The historic building is designed in a classic Beaux‑Arts style and finished in limestone. The building was designated as a Classified Federal Heritage Building in 1985

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  • historicplaces.ca - historicplaces.ca

    historicplaces.ca - historicplaces.ca

    The designation is confined to the footprint of the building. Heritage Value. The Belmont Battery Gun Emplacement, Magazine and Director’s Tower is a Classified Federal Heritage building because of its historical associations, and its architectural and environmental values

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  • policy onmanagement of real property- canada.ca

    policy onmanagement of real property- canada.ca

    Heritage building (Édifice patrimonial) A federally owned building to which the Minister of the Environment has assigned a "classified" or "recognized" designation. Management of contaminated sites (Gestion des sites contaminés) The spectrum of approaches for dealing with a known contaminated site

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  • guide to the management ofreal property- canada.ca

    guide to the management ofreal property- canada.ca

    A classified federal heritage building is any building to which the Minister of the Environment has assigned the highest heritage designation. These buildings are the best examples of built heritage in Canada based on their heritage character and have scored between 75 and 135 points in the evaluation

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  • heritage buildings in canada's capitalregion - national

    heritage buildings in canada's capitalregion - national

    The heritage significance of buildings older than 40 years is systematically evaluated by the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office (FHBRO). More than 70 NCC-managed buildings have been designated as “classified” or “recognized” federal heritage buildings. These buildings are protected in accordance with the Treasury Board Policy on Management of Real Property

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  • federal infrastructure investment program palace grand

    federal infrastructure investment program palace grand

    In 2008, the Palace Grand Theatre was classified as a Federal Heritage Building because of its historical associations, and its architectural and environmental values. The theatre is now part of the Klondike National Historic Sites, which include many buildings associated with the story of the Klondike Gold Rush

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  • parks canada - prime minister's residence

    parks canada - prime minister's residence

    Jul 11, 1986 · Heritage Value. The Prime Minister’s Residence was designated a Classified Federal Heritage Building because of its direct association with six prime ministers of Canada, its status as a nationally known landmark, and because of the impact of the house and its …

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  • historicplaces.ca - historicplaces.ca

    historicplaces.ca - historicplaces.ca

    The designation is confined to the footprint of the building. Heritage Value. The Belmont Battery Gun Emplacement, Magazine and Director’s Tower is a Classified Federal Heritage building because of its historical associations, and its architectural and environmental values

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  • guide to the management of real property - canada.ca

    guide to the management of real property - canada.ca

    A classified federal heritage building is any building to which the Minister of the Environment has assigned the highest heritage designation. These buildings are the best examples of built heritage in Canada based on their heritage character and have scored between 75 and 135 points in the evaluation

    Get Details
  • explore the buildings near parliament hill – canada's

    explore the buildings near parliament hill – canada's

    Sep 03, 2019 · The building was built between 1931 and 1932 to house the United States Embassy. It is prominently located across from Parliament Hill. The historic building is designed in a classic Beaux‑Arts style and finished in limestone. The building was designated as …

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  • 24 sussex, a federal heritage building, in need of

    24 sussex, a federal heritage building, in need of

    Oct 24, 2015 · 24 Sussex is designated as a Classified Federal Heritage Building because of its direct association with Prime Ministers of Canada, its status as a nationally known landmark, and the impact of the house and its grounds on the character of the surrounding area

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  • policy on management of real property- canada.ca

    policy on management of real property- canada.ca

    Heritage building (Édifice patrimonial) A federally owned building to which the Minister of the Environment has assigned a "classified" or "recognized" designation. Management of contaminated sites (Gestion des sites contaminés) The spectrum of approaches for dealing with a known contaminated site

    Get Details
  • heritage buildings in canada's capital region - national

    heritage buildings in canada's capital region - national

    The heritage significance of buildings older than 40 years is systematically evaluated by the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office (FHBRO). More than 70 NCC-managed buildings have been designated as “classified” or “recognized” federal heritage buildings. These buildings are protected in accordance with the Treasury Board Policy on Management of Real Property

    Get Details
  • federal infrastructure investment program palace grand

    federal infrastructure investment program palace grand

    In 2008, the Palace Grand Theatre was classified as a Federal Heritage Building because of its historical associations, and its architectural and environmental values. The theatre is now part of the Klondike National Historic Sites, which include many buildings associated with the story of the Klondike Gold Rush

    Get Details
  • npmsprocedure—managing projects for heritage properties

    npmsprocedure—managing projects for heritage properties

    Potential Federal Heritage Building: Any building owned by the federal government, which is at least forty years old and has not been evaluated by the FHBRO. In the context of this procedure, this would also include buildings that are not yet 40 years old but that possess high architectural or historical importance. Recognized Building:

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