I have come across the following websites, blogs, and newspaper articles this past week, and I thought you would be interested in them too -
History is Where You Stand www.calverley.ca This website covers Peace River Region of British Columbia and Alberta. Most of these articles have been selected from the Calverley Collection of local history materials created by the late Dorthea Horton Calverley of Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
BRANCHING OUT: My Endless Journey up the Family Tree and the Resulting Organizational Adventure http://kylanderbranches.blogspot.com This blog has posts about the Mt. Elgin Cemetery, the provincial Archives of New Brunswick, and Oxford County, Ontari o.
Site Genealogique Gaston Soucy & Ginette Pelletier www.freewebs.com/soucygaston/page.htm There are 2354 individuals listed here, and 693 families.
Local author continues her Dangerous Journey
www.mykawartha.com/what's%20on/article/1500082 Catherine Whitnall writes that Virginia Winters’third book featuring Canadian doctor and amateur genealogist Anne McPhail has been published. (accessed 21 September 2012)
Canadian Women and the Peace Movement
Female advocates for peace made their voices heard in the public sphere long before they were fully welcomed into politics. (accessed 21 September 2012)