Jacqueline Hucker is an architectural historian. She was associated with Parks Canada for more than 20 years, where she specialized in the history of Canadian architecture, landscapes, and cultural landscapes. She also managed the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office for 5 years.
From 2004—2007 Jacqueline served as the historian on the international conservation team responsible for the restoration of Canada’s National Memorial on Vimy Ridge in France. As joint-author, she has published Vimy: Canada’s Memorial to a Generation, the story of both the iconic battle and ensuing efforts to design and construct the imposing limestone monument at Vimy. She is also co-author of the Guide to Canadian Architectural Styles and has published articles on Canadian architecture and landscape architecture.
Jacqueline (B.A. Queen’s; M.A. Carlton) is currently a freelance consultant whose most recent projects have been associated with the conservation of the buildings and landscape of Parliament Hill.