Monday, November 28, 2011

New/Improved Canadian Websites and Blogs Week 13

Here are some of the websites and blogs that I have come across the week ending November 27, 2011 -

Welcome to Bill Gladstone - NEW! Bill Gladstone is a Toronto-based journalist, author, publisher, public speaker, and noted genealogist.

Oakville Memories - Although Bob Hughes hasn’t posted for a year, the posts that are online, and the names in those posts, may help someone with their ancestry.

Looking4Ancestors -  Started by Kathryn Lake started in 2008, she blogs on a consistent basis about genealogy in general.

Murmurd's Franco-American and Québec Genealogy - An "AMERICAN in QUÉBEC"!, the blogger has been actively researching her French-Canadian roots in Canada.

The Kelowna & District Genealogical Society - Their blog has been online since 2008, and they regularly update their upcoming events, as well as changes in their resources.

Welcome to the Library and Archives Canada Blog! - NEW! A four-month trial blog has been initiated by the LAC for the staff to post articles of interest to all researchers.

Recipes and Recollections: Treats and Tales from Our Mother's Kitchen -
NEW! Arlene Stafford-Wilson is an author who grew up in Lanark County, and has produced a book about her mother and the recipes she used in the home where Arlene grew up.

The Jehan and Perrine Terriot Family Website - A bilingual site (F/E) that is the website of the Terriot Acadian Family Society.

Welcome to the Leaves of my Tree - Robin Wallace has created this most entertaining website where she list over 2500 names of ancestors.

SaskResearch - $ This website will help you to find your Saskatchewan ancestors.

Tomorrow Post: Historical Newspapers in Canada.