The Edmonton Heritage Council’s reports include strategic plans, foundational statements, annual reports and other research, undertaken in an effort to develop and promote information about Edmonton’s heritage to its citizens.
- Annual Report, 2015
- Annual Report, 2014
- Annual Report, 2013
- Annual Report, 2012
- Annual Report, 2011
- Annual Report, 2010
Strategic Alignment 2014-2016
- Edmonton Heritage Council Strategic Budget, 2017
- Edmonton Heritage Council Strategic Budget, 2016
- Edmonton Heritage Council Strategic Budget, 2015
- Edmonton Heritage Council Strategic Budget, 2014
- Foundational Statements & Strategic Goals, 2014-2016
- Edmonton City Museum: Strategic Operational Approach, October 2016
- The Edmonton City Museum Strategy – Final Report prepared by Intelligent Futures & WorldViews Consulting, July 2015
- The Edmonton City Museum Strategy: A Guide for 2015-2022 – Report prepared by Intelligent Futures & WorldViews Consulting, July 2015
- City Museum Public Engagement: What We Heard – Report compiled by Intelligent Futures, April 2015
- City Museum: Background Research – Report compiled by Intelligent Futures, February 2015
- Researching the Edmonton Story – Report compiled by Catherine C. Cole – Executive Summary, 2014
- Edmonton Heritage Sector Survey – Executive Summary, 2013
- Edmonton Heritage Sector Survey – Executive Summary Powerpoint Presentation, 2013
- City Museum Development Strategy Report (Vol. 1), September 2012
- City Museum Development Strategy Report (Vol. 2: Facility options), September 2012
- Comprehensive Museums Strategy: Strengthening Edmonton’s Museum Sector, September 2012
- Edmonton Heritage Values Survey Summary, September 2012
- Edmonton Heritage Values Survey, September 2012
- Edmonton City Collection Repository: Functional Program, June 2011
- Fort Edmonton Park Collection Repository: Functional Program, June 2011
- Developing & Preserving Edmonton’s Historical Collections: Artifact Centre & Archives Strategy, February 2011
- “20 Questions for My Friends” — A Keynote by Linda Goyette from our Heritage, Innovation and the Livable City Symposium, October 2010
- EHC Stakeholders Survey Report, October 2010
- Report to the EHC Founding Meeting, November 19th, 2009
- The Art of Living: A Plan for Securing the Future of Arts & Heritage in the City of Edmonton: 2008-2018
- Preliminary Assessment for a “Civic” or “City” Museum in Edmonton, May 2007
- Edmonton’s Heritage Community: An Environmental Scan, May 2007
Successful applicants to the grant programs must provide recognition of financial support for both the EHC and the City of Edmonton by using the appropriate logos and language on promotional materials and media releases. This includes websites, posters, programs, handbills, banners, sponsor logos, and other materials that promote the organization or project.
Which logo should I use?
The Edmonton Heritage Council logo is available in several different formats. JPG (.jpg) and PNG (.png) formats are appropriate for use online or onscreen. EPS (.eps) files are suggested for offset and high quality digital printing.
EPS files are appropriate whenever a ‘vector’ or Adobe Illustrator (.ai) file is required. Vector art is suitable for items like signage, vinyl graphics, or apparel.
Correct Logo Usage
Please do not stretch, change the orientation, recolour, change fonts, or otherwise modify the logo. Although there is no size restriction for enlargements, the Edmonton Heritage Council logo should never be less than 1.25″ in width.
If you have any questions, please ask:
780.429.0166 ext. 299