Friday, August 21, 2009

In the blogosphere...

From Library & Archives Canada:
  • Cabinet Conclusions 1944-1976
  • Orders-in-Council 1867-1910
  • The Canadian Genealogy Centre: one of 101 best family history Web sites for 2009!
  • New Version of the Canadian Naturalization 1915-1932 Database
  • Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Celtic Cross Celebrations on Grosse Île

    From Olive Tree Genealogy Blog:
  • Unregistered Cemeteries in Ontario
  • Featuring
  • Form 30A, 1919-1924 Canadian Ships Passenger Lists
  • High School Yearbooks - an overlooked treasure?
  • Lambton Park Toronto School Photo 1919

    From CNews:
  • 1838 bill of treason found in Ontario
  • Ontario cemetery vandalized for second time
  • Tombstones found in yard linked to 1859 train accident

    From Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter:
  • Available Databases in the Canadian Genealogy Centre room Library and Archives Canada
  • FamilySearch Indexing Update: New User Tools and 4 International Projects Added
  • Ontario's Archives Relocated to a Safe Place
  • Brant County, Ontario Local History to go Online
  • Brant County Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society Has a New Home
  • Announces "Expert Connect"
  • Free Genealogy Resources at Your Nearest FamilySearch Center
  • Ontario Online Searchable Names Index
  • 13,000 Names of Guillotine Execution Victims Added to
  • Edmonton's Photo Archives are now Online
  • Announced as Newest Social Network
  • Call for Speakers for Toronto Conference
  • Canadian Government Invests in Digitization of Canadian Multicultural Newspapers
  • Genealogy: Similar to Cocaine, Amphetamines, and Other Drugs of Stimulation
  • Spooky Things at the Canadian National Exhibition

    From Genealogy Canada:
  • Toronto Branch of OGS Hosts Twenty Ten Conference
  • Canada Has Three of the 101 Best Genealogy Sites in 2009
  • Pier 21 - Now a National Museum
  • Lennox & Addington County Archives
  • United Church Archives Now Online!
  • Stirling-Rawdon Genealogy Fair 2009
  • Treasuring Memories in Rolla, British Columbia
  • Canadian War Children of World War Two
  • Ontario Archives Reduces Hours
  • The Empress of Ireland
  • Cumberland County, Nova Scotia is 250 Years Old!

    From Anglo-Celtic Connections:
  • Experience with the OGS IOOF insurance papers database
  • Canadian Scottish history
  • Grey County Digitized Newspapers
  • All Ontario libraries get Ancestry Library Edition
  • OGS Conference 2012 Logo Design Competition
  • Service reduction at LAC
  • Federal funding for newspaper digitization
  • Peel's Prairie Provinces Newspapers
  • Manitoba Life and Times Newspapers
  • Community Newspapers Collection

    From Genealogy Insider:
  • Google Quadruples Historical Newspaper Archive

    From London Free Press:
  • Marking a century of flight in Canada
  • New copyright bill will 'affect every Canadian'

    From CBC News:
  • Historic Quebec cemetery to be restored
  • Slavery Tour opens at Fortress of Louisbourg

    From Yahoo News Canada:
  • After more than 90 years. remains of Canadian girl may return from England
  • Mi'kmaq fear cemetery washing away

    From Dear Myrtle:
  • FamilySearch: 4 pre-1900 Canadian census indexes online