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Graydon Nicholas
Honorary Patron

New Brunswick Heritage Fairs 2012

New Brunswick's Heritage Fair Program is part of a national education project developed to increase awareness and interest in Canadian history. In New Brunswick, the program is an initiative of the Heritage Branch in the Department of Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living. Support is also provided from the Department of Education, Canada's Historic Places Initiative, the New Brunswick Museum, New Brunswick's Department of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Council of Archives New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Sports Branch, the New Brunswick Federation of Labour, the New Brunswick Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, the New Brunswick Military History Museum, the New Brunswick Military Heritage Project, Canada's National History Society, and Canadian Heritage.

Is There Funding ?

Yes, grants are provided through Heritage Branch in the Department of Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living to cover related costs such as educational supplies, student prizes, and travel to Regional Heritage Fair sites.

How Can Our School Participate ?

Become involved by returning the attached Participation Response (doc version/ PDF version) to Heritage Branch by December 1.

Heritage Fairs...
are for all students;
may be undertaken by an entire school, a class, in small groups, or individually;
may take place in the classroom, in the community or in another setting;
can happen anytime during the school year.

New Brunswick's Heritage Fair Program is part of a national education project developed to increase awareness and interest in Canadian history. In New Brunswick, the program is an initiative of the Heritage Branch in the Department of Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living. Support is also provided from the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Canada's Historic Places Initiative, the New Brunswick Museum, New Brunswick's Department of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Council of Archives New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Sports Branch, the New Brunswick Labour History Project, the New Brunswick Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, the New Brunswick Military History Museum, the New Brunswick Military Heritage Project, Canada's National History Society, and Canadian Heritage.


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