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President -    Barbara Jardine
Vice-President -    Geoff Martin

Secretary -    Rebekah Cant
Treasurer -    Paul Bogaard
BHC Operations -    Bill Snowdon
Publications -    Al Smith
CCFM Operations, Exhibits & Landscaping -    Paul Bogaard
Collections Management -    Wendy Burnett
Human Resources & Strategic Planning -   
Barbara Jardine

Capital Campaign -    Geoff Martin
Newsletter -    Peter Hicklin
Financial & Investments -    Bob Bowser
Events -    Kellie Mattatall
Members at Large -    Rebekah Cant, Demian Hammock, Nancy Vogan
Executive Director -    Karen Valanne

Book-keeper -    Sandra Niles
Layout & Design -    Leslie Van Patter
Legal Services -    Nick Rodger

Webmaster -    Charlie Scobie
Heritage Day -    Bill Snowdon

Our By-laws

For a copy of the Trust's By-laws in PDF format please see THT BY-LAWS

Our Mission

The Tantramar Heritage Trust is a non-profit, charitable organization that promotes preservation of heritage resources in the Tantramar Region. The corporation involves people representing a broad interest in the human and natural history of the Tantramar. The Trust will facilitate the development of a heritage preservation program focusing on education and awareness; a museum facility; displays; pamphlets and publications; identification of historic sites; placement of plaques and cairns; and other programs.

Our Objectives

• To establish and operate museums
• To stimulate public interest in the history of the Tantramar region
• To encourage the collection and display of items of historical significance
• To promote the preservation of historic buildings, landmarks, landscapes, and sites
• To acquire real and personal property appropriate to the Trust's objectives
• To convey such property in ways appropriate to the Trust's objectives
• To establish heritage educational programs
• To undertake other activities consistent with the Trust's objectives

Projects & Activities

• Acquire and operate museums
• Establish a Tantramar Historical Society
• Establish a working office space
• Establish a collection program for artifacts of the region
• Interpret significant themes of the region's history in the museum
• Create a registry of heritage buildings in the region
• Identify local historical sites with cairns and plaques
• Protect local heritage landscapes
• Develop heritage tours of the Tantramar region
• Establish educational programs
• Restore heritage buildings
• Research and publish materials on the area's rich heritage
• Establish a Family History Centre


The annual fee for membership in the Trust is $20 for individuals and $30 per family (household). A student membership is $5. Members are entitled to vote during the Annual General Meeting, allowed free entry into the Campbell Carriage Factory Museum and the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre,and receive the Trust's newsletter, The White Fence , four times a year. (Membership fees are not eligible for a tax receipt).

Trust Projects
There are projects which also need your support, including the Campbell Carriage Factory and the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre. Donations of $10 or more are eligible for a tax receipt. Donations received by 31 December in any given year will qualify as charitable donations for that tax year. Official receipts will be mailed to you.

Please print out the MEMBERSHIP FORM (Word) or MEMBERSHIP FORM (PDF), fill it out, and return it with a cheque (payable to Tantramar Heritage Trust) to :
             Tantramar Heritage Trust, Inc.,
             Box 3554, 29B Queens Road,
             Sackville, New Brunswick, E4L 4G4.

Thank you for your interest in Tantramar heritage
and for your support of the work of the Trust

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