Victoria Angel is interested in policies and tools that address not just the physical fabric of historic places, but also the complex processes that link people and culture to place. She is committed to exploring integrative approaches to heritage conservation and urban development in her work.
An art historian with a graduate degree in heritage conservation, Victoria has experience in the private, public, and academic sectors. While at Parks Canada, she led the development of the Canadian Register of Historic Places and subsequently served as the Manager of the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office. She has taught heritage conservation at the University of Victoria and Carleton University, where she is an Adjunct Professor, and is a Faculty Associate at the Willowbank School of Restoration Arts in Queenston, Ontario.
Victoria’s projects have included the Senate of Canada Building Rehabilitation, the University of Toronto Cultural Heritage Resource Assessment and Secondary Plan, the National Arts Centre Rejuvenation, and the Kìwekì (Nepean) Point Redevelopment. She is currently serving as the Senior Heritage Planner on the Centre Block Rehabilitation.
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