A Coggle Diagram about (10 Agents of Deterioration
, Catalogue and cataloguing
and Canadian Heritage Inventory Network. All forms of collections management must be CHIN compatible to ensure a form of standard methodology(BCMA)
(A voluntary transfer of property without consideration of monetary value. To qualify as a gift, property, in the form of cash or a gift-in-kind, is transferred by a donor to a registered charity; the cash or property is given voluntarily; and the donor is transferring property to the charity without expecting anything in return. See Registered Charities and Income Tax Act, brochure RC4108 available on the CCRA web site (BCMA)
, Collection Manager
, Accession Number
, Condition Report
, Culturally Sensitive Material
, First Nations Authority
, Governing Authority
(Items borrowed and documented for use in interpretive exhibitions (BCMA)
, Explain that we make material and records accessible for study and therefore it becomes an extension of the permit app up front and is sent out for comments to First Nations
, Provincial Catalogue
, Repository Request
, Provincial Heritage Register
, Long-term storage
, Cultural Materials
, Archaeological Material
, Heritage Objects
, Contextual Information
, Provincial Register is this to be read as "repository" under HCA S.3?
, Suggest expanded HCA definition of heritage object to explicitly include contextual info.
- perhaps it qualifies under "personal property"
, Definition of Personal Property comes from the Personal Property Security Act - but doesn't actually define personal property.
Goods - tangible personal property
Intangible - means personal property, other than goods, chattel paper, a document of titles an instrument, money and investment property, and includes a license; ...fixtures, crops and the unborn young of animals, but does not include chattel paper, a document of title, in instrument, investment property, money, trees other that crops until the trees are severed, or minerals or hydrocarbons until they are extracted.
and "Held In Trust"Can't find a fixed definition (check Museums Act) - defined by precedent set by RBCM (and others?)
), Financial security for long term storage of cultural materials
, Proper facilities and training
, Willingness to accept non-artifactual archaeological material
, Physical Security for long term storage of cultural material
, Access to material
, Are there any HCA S.4 agreements -> MOUs on file with Arch Branch?
, Are there any examples of HCA S.4(4)(c) Without limiting section (1), an agreement made under this section may include one or more of the following: (c) circumstances which the requirements of section 13 (1) and (2) and 14 (1) do not apply with respect to heritage sites and heritage objects, or to types of heritage sites and heritage objects, for which the first nation administers its own heritage protection; in which FN have control over sites that would normally fall under the HCA/provincial jurisdiction?
, Haida Gwaii Reconciliation Act 7 (2):
7 (1) In this section, "conservation" and "heritage site" have the same meanings as in section 1 of the Heritage Conservation Act.(2) Despite section 7 (1) of the Heritage Conservation Act, with the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, the council may establish policies and standards for the identification and conservation of heritage sites within the management area.
, At what level do we cut off these guidelines? We don't want this to seem onerous but we also don't want material to be kept in poor conditions.
, HCA S 12 (6)(a)&(b) - (6) The minister may, by order, without the concurrence of the holder of the permit,
(a) amend or suspend a permit issued under subsection (2) (a) if the minister has information that was not considered when the permit was issued respecting the heritage value of heritage property that would be materially affected by an action authorized by the permit, or
(b) cancel a permit issued under subsection (2) (a) if the minister has reasonable and probable grounds to believe that
- does this mean that Land Titles should have access to RAAD or be incorporated into the system OR does a designated site (rather than a protected site) only receive this treatment?
, HCA S 12 (3)(d) specify a repository for heritage objects that are removed from the heritage property
, HCA S 14(5) The provisions of S 12(2),(2.1),(2.2),(3),(5) and (6) apply to permits and orders under this section
, HCA S 19 - has to do with unclaimed objects in heritage collections.
:warning: This is one reason why the provincial catalogue and keeping heritage objects in order and track, is important to FN who may want to claim them at some point in time. If we loose track of material, or there is some discrepancy due to poor cataloguing then we may render objects a-contextual and therefore nobody will be able to claim them...or study them...or display them, and renders the work that was done somewhere on the scale of uselessness
, HCA S 20 (1)(g) - has to do with grants, advice, services
, HCA S 20 (1)(h) - has to do with the provincial catalogue
- establish and maintain one or more
, HCA S 22 (1) 22 (1) The minister may establish or authorize one or more committees to act in an advisory capacity on matters relating to this Act or to the conservation of heritage sites, heritage objects and other heritage resources. Advisory committee for conservation of ...heritage objects and other heritage resources
and Issue:warning: Treaty final agreements - HCA S.8 (1) If a treaty first nation, in accordance with its final agreement, makes laws for the conservation and protection of, and access to, heritage sites and heritage objects on its treaty lands, Sections 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, and 20 (1) (a) do not apply in relation to those treaty lands -> but what happens if the treaty FN has not created a provision to cover site destruction? In the absence of such provisions, does the HCA not still apply?