Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada
The mandate of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is to advise the Government of Canada, through the Minister of the Environment, on the commemoration of nationally significant aspects of Canada's history.
Following a thorough evaluation process and recommendation by the Board, the Minister declares the site, event or person of national historic significance.
In addition to handling designations of national significance, the Board provides advice on the following laws and programs:
- Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act
- Grave Sites of Canadian Prime Ministers Program
- Heritage Lighthouses of Canada Program
Members of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada for Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta.
Application details are available on the Governor in Council (GIC) Appointments website.