Past Recipients


YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre

For over two decades, YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre has sought to foster positive relationships between youth and the Calgary Police Service (CPS) through engaging, impactful, and educational programming. Their work involves extensive collaboration with Calgary-based partners and agencies to stop crime before it happens and build trust between the CPS and citizens. By educating youth on the five Safe for Life themes - gangs, drugs, bullying, online safety, and healthy relationships - YouthLink and their partners empower youth with knowledge that enables them to make better life choices and reduce crime and victimization. 

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Fort Edmonton Park

One of the largest living history museums in Canada, Fort Edmonton Park serves as model for developing an inclusive approach to partnering with First Nations and M├ętis communities as they work together in the spirit of reconciliation to create and deliver authentic, historically accurate, and engaging programming.

As a Robert R. Janes Award recipient, Fort Edmonton Park was selected to attend and present at the Best In Heritage Awards Projects of Influence annual event, where their work received the first runner-up recognition. 

"Relationships and Reconciliation at Fort Edmonton"
Presentation by Darren Dalgleish, President and CEO, Fort Edmonton Management Company

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