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July-August 2005

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Library and Archives Canada at the New France Festival

 

Upcoming Virtual Exhibitions

 
  LAC staff at the New France FestivalLibrary and Archives Canada (LAC) will take part in the New France Festival again this year to celebrate Canada's historical heritage and make its collection known to the general public. The Festival will be held inside the walls of Old Quebec City from August 3 to 7, 2005.
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  Gay Cook. Mrs. Cook's Kitchen: Basics & Beyond. Vancouver: Whitecap Books, 2000This summer, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is launching a number of new websites featuring virtual exhibitions and digitized collections. From cookbooks to hockey to city directories, these new sites present an eclectic mix of topics sure to pique your interest.
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  Message from Ian E. Wilson - Librarian and Archivist of Canada

Ian E. WilsonSome 7.2 million men, women and children were enumerated on June 1, 1911. The release of the 1911 census records will provide a fascinating glimpse of these Canadians at a critical time in our history--a window on how they lived and worked, where they came from, their religions, and the languages they spoke.
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Theses Canada

W.L. Mackenzie King, Harvard University
The national theses program at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
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  What's On - Events at 395 Wellington Street in Ottawa

What's On Outside Ottawa

Where Are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools

April 11-August 22, 2005
Multicultural Association of Northwestern Ontario
Victoriaville Centre Mall, Thunder Bay, Ontario
September 22, 2005-January 7, 2006
Woodland Cultural Centre
Brantford, Ontario

The Peter Winkworth Collection of Canadiana

September 17-November 20, 2005
McMichael Gallery, McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Kleinburg, Ontario
January 28-March 26, 2006
Art Gallery of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario

New France Festival

August 3-August 7, 2005
Old Quebec City
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  Partnerships

Summertime . . . and the Readin' is Easy
Canadian kids have lots of good reasons to visit their local libraries this summer--not the least of which is the TD Summer Reading Club 2005. Full Story >>

Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal is an international biennale that delves into the realm of contemporary photography. Full Story >>
 

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  Which activity are you most likely to engage in this summer?
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    2. Conduct genealogical research Vote  
    3. Consult books in a library Vote  
    4. Research a topic of personal interest Vote  
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