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--May 28, 2020. This afternoon-long event was a co-production of QAHN's "Heritage Talks" and "Musical Heritage" projects.
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May 28, 2020. This afternoon-long event was a co-production of QAHN's "Heritage Talks" and "Musical Heritage" projects.
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Glenn Patterson, project director of QAHN's project "A Different Tune: Musical Heritage in English-speaking Quebec," co-hosted (with Bruce Barr) the first-ever livestream version of Brysonville Revisted this past Saturday evening. Close to a hundred spectators tuned in for this unusual event, which featured an array of folk musicians from regions across Quebec, as well as performers playing traditional music in Alberta, Ontario and Newfoundland, and which was livestreamed via Zoom and Facebook.
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Another well-attended Heritage Talk took place yesterday evening at the Maude Abbott Medical Museum, located in the Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building on the McGill University campus. Despite the unsettled weather, nearly two dozen visitors showed up to hear Dr. Richard Fraser speak about pioneering woman physician Maude Abbott. Project director Christina Adamko described Dr. Fraser's presentation as "uplifting and memorable."
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--It was another packed house yesterday evening for the third event on QAHN's 2020 Heritage Talks series. This event took place at CÉDA in Montreal, in collaboration with the Round Table on Black History Month, and featured Dr. Dorothy Williams who spoke about the history of "blackface" in Quebec. About 80 people came to hear Dr. Williams whom one member of the audience described as a "national treasure."
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It was literally standing room only for the second talk in QAHN's 2020 Heritage Talks lecture series. The event, featuring Dr. Rod MacLeod at the historic Louis-Joseph Forget House in Montreal, looked at “Scandal, Steamships, Stagecraft and LSD: Ravenscrag’s Checkered History."
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Over 50 participants from various federal and provincial government agences and organizations connected to Quebec's Anglophone community attended the 10th annual gathering of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Working Group, co-hosted by the Department of Canadian Heritage, QAHN and ELAN, and held at Thomson House, on the campus of McGill University.
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QAHN's 2020 Heritage Talks series got under way yesterday evening at Kensington Presbyterian Church Hall in NDG, with a talk by Dwane Wilkin on naturalist Henry Mousley. The event, project director Christina Adamko reported, was well attended. The next event in the series takes place on February 13, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., at the Louis-Joseph Forget House (1195 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal), and features Dr. Rod MacLeod who will speak about “Scandal, Steamships, Stagecraft and LSD: Ravenscrag’s Checkered History."
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Early photographic postcard. / Ancienne carte postale photographique.
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As of December 1, 2019, QAHN has a new home!
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Ro Ghandhi wrote the cover story for the summer 2019 issue of Quebec Heritage News magazine. The story was titled "All in One Scoop: From Lake View to Dairy Queen on the Lachine Wharf."
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Postcard, 1970. Private collection. / Carte postale, 1970. Collection privée. "Canadian Pacific. The unique red and white scheme in the distance signals the arrival of a CP Rail train of RDC cars. Here, eight cars approach the Dorval station. July 22, 1970"
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Early photographic postcard. Photo - private collection / Carte postale photographique. Photo - collection privée.
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To subscribe to Quebec Heritage News, click here! Photo - Ro Ghandhi.
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It was a sell-out crowd tonight at the Benny Library in Montreal at this free QAHN concert, featuring musicians Laura Risk, Glenn Patterson, and Brian Morris. Photo - Helen Meredith.
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L to R: QAHN Executive Director Matthew Farfan; QAHN members Doug Brown, Lorraine O'Donnell and Glenn Patterson. (Photo - Rohinton Ghandhi)
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QAHN President Grant Myers. (Photo - Rohinton Ghandhi)
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April 17, 2019, 7:30-8:30 p.m. QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents: "Exploring Connections between Language and Culture," with Mohawk language teacher Kevin Deer. In honour of the UN's International Year of Indigenous Languages. Benny Library, 6400 Monkland Avenue, Montreal, Qc. Free admission. Click here for the complete program!
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QAHN's featured speaker at this week's Heritage Talks conference was Louis Rastelli of Archives Montreal who gave a spirited talk on the subject of "Fifty Years Later: The Sir George Williams Affair" at the Webster Library at Concordia University's downtown campus. Project director Christina Adamko, who introduced the speaker, reported that attendees included "several people who were actual witnesses of the computer riots, so it made for a really dynamic question & answer period...
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--February 20, 2019. Transit service to the South Shore
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It was standing-room only on February 7, 2019, at the historic Louis Forget House in downtown Montreal, where Dinu Bumbaru of Heritage Montreal gave a talk on "Montreal’s Square Mile, from New Town to Downtown." Photo - Christina Adamko. Click here for the complete program!
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--February 4, 2019. 1. c. Canadian Northern Railway (CNoR). This company built the Mount Royal tunnel in 1912 and would merge with the Canadian National Railway (CN) in 1923 in large part due to this cost of this project. 2. d. All of the above 3. d. All of the above 4. a. The Quiet Revolution. At this stage in Quebec’s history, some Francophones began to move into wealthier urban communities such as Mount Royal that had traditionally been anglophone dominated.