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Saanich Heritage Advisory and Archives Committee

The Saanich Heritage Advisory Committee was formed in 1978. Between 1990 and 2005, the name was changed to the Saanich Heritage Advisory and Archives Committee. In 2006, the Saanich Heritage Advisory and Archives Committee became the Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee.|

Saanich Heritage Foundation

The Saanich Heritage Foundation is a registered non-profit society that promotes the preservation, maintenance and restoration of buildings, structures and land located in the Municipality of Saanich which have been designated as Municipal Heritage Sites by the Municipal Council. The Saanich Heritage Foundation was established in 1984.

Donald Luxton & Associates

Donald Luxton & Associates co-authored Saanich Heritage Structures, published by The Corporation of the District of Saanich, 2008.

Hope, Henry Theodore Samuel Hope

Henry Theodore Samuel Hope (H.T.S.), son of Henry Pollock Hope and May Seward Hope, was born in England in 1900 and immigrated to Canada with his family in 1907. H.T.S. Hope attended Monterey School and Oak Bay High School. After graduating in 1917 he enlisted in the air force and went to Toronto for training in 1918 but contracted influenza. H.T.S. Hope returned to Victoria and entered teacher training at the Provincial Normal School. He taught at St. Michaels School and later in Duncan at the Consolidated School. Henry Theodore Samuel Hope married Alice Maude Aitkens in March 1943 and they had one child, Sharon, in 1944. During World War II the family rented a house on Tyndall Avenue. In their later years, H.T.S. Hope and Maude moved to 3977 Cedar Hill Road. Maude died on October 13, 1983. H.T.S. Hope remained in the house and later married Mary Cullum. He died on November 1, 1988.

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