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Protecting Heritage Sites

Heritage sites are important to communities. Among other things, they link us to our history, inform us about our past, and provide visual diversity and often beauty in our surroundings.

In addition, reusing or continuing to use existing buildings is a better ecological choice than building anew. These sites are worth protecting.

The following entries, designed both for groups and individuals interested in this subject, provide information and guidance about a range of approaches to ensuring that Gimli’s physical heritage continues to play a vital role in the community’s identity.