Heritage Places Advisory Board
The Board is responsible for the preservation and protection of heritage buildings and sites across PEI.
What is the function of the board?
The Board shall advise and assist the Minister on all matters relating to the protection of heritage places and, in particular:
- (a) the development of heritage objectives and policies, including official plans;
- (b) the recommendation of criteria for eligibility for inclusion in the register of heritage places;
- (c) the identification, adoption and assessment of specific initiatives;
- (d) the promotion of understanding and appreciation of heritage places;
- (e) the creation and use of mechanisms to ensure that the views of the public in respect of heritage conservation matters are secured and that the participation of the public is enhanced.
Primary Role: Non-adjudicative
Material Role: Advisory
How many people are on the board?
The Board shall be comprised of not more than five persons appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
What are the requirements of board members?
What are the nomination requirements?
Statutory Nomination Requirements
The Lieutenant Governor in Council shall appoint all members.
Will I get paid?
Chair - $113/diem and Members - $73/diem
What is the time commitment of the board?
Meetings do not occur frequently.
|Name||County||Term Stat||Term End|
|Jock Beck, Chair||Kings County||Feb 9, 2016||Feb 9, 2019|
|Carol Livingstone||Prince County||Jan 22, 2016||Jan 22, 2019|
|Donna Collings||Kings County||Mar 1, 2016||Mar 1, 2019|
|Carter Jeffery||Queens County||Mar 1, 2016||Mar 1, 2019|
|Michael O'Grady||Queens County||Jul 30, 2017||Jul 30, 2020|
How can I apply?
If you would like to serve as a member of a provincial government agency, board, or commission (ABC) you can apply online through Engage PEI.
Who can I contact about this board?
Dr. David Keenlyside
Executive Director, Museum and Heritage Foundation