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2016

District of North Vancouver Heritage Advocacy Award
Awarded to the North Vancouver Museum & Archives in recognition of its WWI commemorative website, “Walter Draycott’s Great War Chronicle”. This site honours the 100th anniversary of the Great War, through daily postings from the diaries of District pioneer and soldier Walter Draycott. Essays, maps and photographs enrich which brings together events on the world stage, with the intensely personal experiences of one man, who lived out the remainder of his long life in Lynn Valley. Great War Chronicle

2013

Community Service Award, North Shore Executives Association
This award was provided by NOREX in recognition of the work that the Museum and Archives undertakes in presenting and preserving this community’s history.

Wall of Honour, Canada’s History Society
In 2013, Canada’s History Society is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Heritage Fairs program. Since the first fair began in Winnipeg in 1993, countless people have shared their time, enthusiasm, and passion, to make Heritage Fairs a success in communities all across Canada.  In recognition of the contributions made by Shirley Sutherland, the NVMA’s Assistant Director, her name has been added to Canada’s History Wall of Honour.

British Columbia Historical Federation Newsletter Award
In recognition of the outstanding quality of their members’ publication, Express, the Friends of the North Vancouver Museum & Archives Society has been granted the Newsletter Award, BC Historical Federation.

District of North Vancouver Heritage Advocacy Award
Awarded to the North Vancouver Museum & Archives in recognition of the multi-year inter-disciplinary projects undertaken for the Preservation of Mountaineering History and Lore. Initiatives undertaken include virtual exhibits Climbing to the Clouds: A Peoples History of BC Mountaineering and Mountain Light; the Lynn Canyon Park  interpretation program, Max and Molly the Mountaineers; the in-gallery exhibition: Peak Performance; the Climbing to the Clouds School Program; the development of the museum and archives collections  most notably with the acquisition of the BC Mountaineering Club Archives.

2012

Canada’s History Society Young Citizens Award
Awarded to NVMA Sea to Sky Regional Heritage Fair representative Kristen Schulz for her video, ‘The Heritage of My Home’, which discusses heritage preservation in North Vancouver. In recognition of her achievement Kristen travelled to Ottawa to meet the Governor General and attend the 2012 National History Forum.

2011

District of North Vancouver Heritage Advocacy Award
Awarded to NVMA volunteer Suzanne Wilson for outstanding achievement in working with and supporting the activities of the NVMA and for her blog ‘Demolition Mama’

City of North Vancouver Heritage Awareness Achievement Award
Awarded to NVMA volunteer Sharon J. Proctor for outstanding achievement in support of heritage conservation and her significant effort and ongoing commitment to research, writing and support of the North Vancouver Museum & Archives and in particular her book Time Travel in North Vancouver. A Peek into the Past.

District of North Vancouver Heritage Advocacy Award
Recognized the work of Museum & Archives volunteer Sharon J. Proctor for her book Time Travel in North Vancouver. A Peek into the Past.

2008

District of North Vancouver Public Art Award of Excellence, Veteran’s Plaza, Lynn Valley

2007

Heritage BC Award, Conservation and Restoration, Community History Centre

District of North Vancouver Heritage Award, Heritage Advocacy, Sea to Sky Regional Heritage Fair

2006

District of North Vancouver Heritage Award, Building Adaptive Re-use, Community History Centre

District of North Vancouver Heritage Award, Landscape Preservation & Enhancement, Veteran’s Plaza, Lynn Valley

District of North Vancouver Design Excellence Award, Community History Centre

2002

District of North Vancouver Heritage Award, Heritage Advocacy, Time Traveller North Shore News Series

1998

Heritage Society of British Columbia Award, Heritage Conservation, P.G.E. Railway Station