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PARKS CANADA

New Woods for Woodside by John Towndrow, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 95-98

Perspective on Landscape at Fort George by Claude Potvin, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 107-108

Digger vs the Bureaucrat: Archaeology's Role in Parks Canada by Bruce W. Fry, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 38-42

Medium Is the Message: Perceptions of the Consulting Architect on the Restoration of Fort Chambly by Paul Faucher, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 69-74

World Heritage Convention, Parks Canada and Quebec City: They Have Something in Common by Francois Leblanc, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 6-10

Associative Values: Exploring Nonmaterial Qualities in Cultural Landscapes by Susan Buggey, ART XXXI-4-00, pp. 21-27

Commemorative Integrity and Cultural Landscapes: Two National Historic Sites in British Columbia by Lyle Dick, ART XXXI-4-00, pp. 29-36

Lifting and Moving Wooden Buildings: A Low Tech Approach by Andrew Powter and Giovanni Castellarin, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 87-94

Parks Canada special issue, by Peter Andrew Copp, LTR XVIII-4-86, p. 2

What Do RBL's, Flour Mills, Hydrofoils and Sailing Ships Have in Common? by Alex Barbour and Richard Fairweather, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 55-68

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