Interested in working to preserve and promote heritage in the City of Edmonton? The Edmonton Heritage Council offers a variety of ways to work with us, from employment to short-term contracts to volunteer opportunities.

Market Research Assistant, Edmonton Maps Heritage (Young Canada Works)

Are you passionate about heritage and public engagement and eager to develop skills in market research? The Edmonton Heritage Council seeks a Market Research Assistant to support community consultation for its interactive online mapping platform Edmonton Maps Heritage.

With support from the EHC’s Communications Coordinator, you’ll spend the summer planning a comprehensive engagement plan, seeking input from diverse stakeholders and reporting your findings to EHC staff. Your work will heavily influence the next phase of development for Edmonton Maps Heritage, contributing to an interactive mapping platform that thrives on the stories and reflections of Edmontonians.

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Content Development of the Edmonton Maps Heritage website

Edmonton Maps Heritage is an ongoing online mapping of the City’s heritage. The project is moving to broader public involvement as it adds more content on Edmonton’s history and heritage.

Edmonton Maps Heritage aims to reflect the rich diversity of communities and cultures within Edmonton. To do this, we need the help of partners with knowledge of and connections to these communities.

Deadline: Ongoing


Is your organization or community group looking to put on an event celebrating history and heritage in Edmonton? We are pleased to offer sponsorships to support community initiatives in the city.

If your event aligns with the EHC’s goals of engaging Edmontonians with the city’s heritage places, stories and ideas, or empowering citizens’ relationships with the community’s heritage, please reach out!

For more information, please contact EHC Communications Coordinator Ryan Stephens at rstephens@edmontonheritage.ca or 780-429-0166 ext. 299 with a brief description of your organization and event.