I have come across the following Canadian websites, social media websites, and newspaper articles this past week that were of interest to me, and I thought you might be interested in them, too.
Genealogy: Beyond the BMD
Cannon to be fired in Sault
Negro Brook Road should be renamed, say area residents: Rural route used to be named after the 'N-word'
Electric buses return to Winnipeg streets after 49 years
A tree of Moss
Getting to the root of it
Highland Village offers new Gaelic program for Cape Breton students
Halifax rejects appeal against downtown twin-tower development
At stunning memorial near Ypres, 'sentinel' looms over Canadians killed in gas attacks
'Book of Negroes' films in Nova Scotia
Story of the Week
The Society held its annual Conference this year, and it was at Brock University in St. Catharine’s, near Niagara Falls.
Chris Paton, was a presenter and speaker at Friday’s evening Houston Lecture at the OGS. He gives a a summary of Day 1.
Niagara Peninsula Branch OGS Conference 2014 Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NiagaraPeninsulaBranchOgsConference2014
OGS Conference Day 1