At the end of 2020, the non-profit society Heritage Vancouver revealed its list of the top 10 most endangered parts of Vancouver. But this time, they’re painting with broad strokes, which means more than just specific buildings.

In fact, a fair portion of the list is devoted to things like ‘Arts & Culture’ or ‘Neighbourhood Businesses’. Importantly, they follow up with a detailed rundown of why they think it’s in danger, and steps you can take to help out.

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Of course, a few specific buildings have also been included. Here’s the full list of the top 10 most endangered heritage resources in Vancouver.

  1. Arts and Culture
  2. Neighbourhood Businesses
  3. Henry Hudson Wooden Schoolhouse (built in 1912)
  4. Holy Rosary Cathedral Complex
  5. St. Paul’s Hospital- Burrard Building
  6. False Creek South
  7. Broadway Plan
  8. Historic Street Elements
  9. Vancouver Plan
  10. Post-Modern Architecture in Vancouver

Well, there you have it folks! Personally, we’re more interested in crazy postmodern buildings staying around than part of a Catholic church complex. But, that’s just or personal preference.

If you’d like to read all about Heritage Vancouver’s list, and learn more about how to help, just click here!