Letourneau Heritage Consulting Inc. (LHC) has quickly become one of the dominant heritage firms in Canada, and the largest heritage planning firm in the country.
Since its incorporation in 2015, LHC has engaged a broad range of clients across Canada. We work with government agencies, museums, property owners, developers, not-for-profit groups, community groups, and site managers to identify, manage, plan and conserve historical sites, museums and cultural heritage resources.
Our team has worked for government clients such as the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport and its agencies (including Huronia Historical Parks, the St. Lawrence Parks Commission, and Ontario Place Corporation), the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the City of Kingston, the City of London, the City of Kawartha Lakes, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Town of Grimsby, the Town of Oakville, the Town of Renfrew, the Township of North Grenville, and the Greater Essex County School Board.
We have also worked for the private sector (including development, engineering, and planning firms), on non-profit boards and community groups (such as the South Rosedale Residents Association and My Rosedale Neighbourhood), and in academia (including Queen’s University, the University of Waterloo, Willowbank, and the Ontario Museum Association), bringing a nuanced understanding to our practice.
A list of past projects and references is available upon request.