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Mr. Ian E. Wilson 
National Archivist of Canada


Invites you to a lecture evening 
and the official launch of the digital version of the Census of Canada, 1901.

The theme for this evening is 

Universal Access and Social Cohesion: 
Making Records Relevant to Citizens Through Digitization


It will be held on November 1, 2002 at 7:00 p.m., in the First Peoples Hall, 
Canadian Museum of Civilization, 100 Laurier Street, Gatineau, Quebec 

National Archives of Canada staff members 
will make the following presentations:

History in the First Person Singular: 
Digitizing the 1901 Census at the National Archives of Canada
L'histoire à la première personne du singulier : 
la numérisation du recensement de 1901 aux 
Archives nationales du Canada


by Geneviève Allard

“Why are there no middle names?”
An Archivist’s Perspective on the Digitization of the 1901 Census


by Cara Downey

Le Centre canadien de généalogie, 
un guichet unique pour l'ensemble des 
ressources généalogiques canadiennes


by Antonio Lechasseur



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