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Nov 21, 2014
Charlottetown, PEI

The Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) in collaboration with the University of Prince Edward Island and PEI Social Studies Teachers’ Association will be holding a national conference on the ...

Event Host: Association for Canadian Studies

Nov 21, 2014
Ottawa, ON

Film: Joystick Warriors – Video Games, Violence & the Culture of Militarism

Friday, November 21 — 7:30 p.m. (running time: 56 minutes)

Barney Danson Theatre

In Eng...

Event Host: Canadian War Museum

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Nov 26, 2014 7:00 PM
Quebec City , QC

In the Morrin Centre’s upcoming Connecting Through Culture event, Steven L. Cameron, co –founder of Coirneal Cealteach (an Irish Heritage group) and former Vice President of the Literary & Historical Society of Quebec, introduces his first book, Hill Search, which gives the real story of Robert Corrigan’s 1855 murder.

“Ribbonmen in the hills, armed Orangemen on the roads, body snatching, a lost cemetery, secret burials, intimidation & faction fights? Hill Search is this and more. The author resets the story, introducing us to new characters, and corrects the many errors ‘out there’ about what really happened. Set in the hills southwest of Quebec City, Hill Search is also the story of our early ancestor settlers.”

Passionate about preserving the Irish footprint of the early settlers, this rendering of the Robert Corrigan Story is the first in a series of local stories to be published. Five other murders, a few local 1837 Anglo Patriotes, the arrival of cholera in the area, and the story of the settlement of the Craig’s Road are but a few of the challenges of the next publication. He lives with his wife, Diane, on Tir-Na-N’Og, Ste. Agatha de Lotbiniere.

Tickets are available free of charge through morrin.org, or by calling 418-694-9147.

Tickets free of charge – please reserve in advance.

Event Host: Morrin Cultural Centre

Dec 10, 2014 7:30 PM
Halifax, NS

As part of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society Public Lecture Series, Deborah Trask of the Nova Scotia Museum will present “Putting the War of 1812 to Rest," a review of the human scale of the War of 1812 in Nova Scotia, as evidenced in the burial places.

The society meets monthly from September to May inclusive to hear and to discuss individual papers about personalities, places and events integral to the history of Nova Scotia at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. Society lectures are open to the public and are completely free. Lectures are followed by refreshments.

Go to the ROyal Nova Scotia Historical Society Website here for additional details.

Event Host: Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society

 
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