Joshua Chan

Joshua found himself in the heritage field through his shared interests in architecture and history, along with growing up and learning of lost buildings throughout Edmonton. His philosophy in heritage conservation relies on both the social and environmental sustainability benefits of protecting our built heritage and existing communities.

Currently a student at Willowbank School of Restoration Arts, Joshua’s studies explore both theory and policy-based courses alongside hands-on heritage trades. Joshua has also held positions at or been involved in projects dealing with heritage at The National Trust for Canada, Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, University of Calgary, Brock University, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and EVOQ Architecture.