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This online exhibition, which consists of 10 panels, is part of QAHN's Canadian Heritage-funded project "Housewife Heroines: Anglophone Women at Home in Montreal during World War II."
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The first conference in QAHN's "Volunteering Matters" conference series took place on February 5, 2016, at the historic Château Ramezay in Old Montreal. The event, which was filled to capacity, is part of QAHN's project "Fostering Organizational Renewal through Enriching Volunteer Experience and Recognition." This project is funded through the Department of Canadian Heritage's Cooperation with the Community Sector program. (Photo - Sandra Stock)
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Some 50 people attended the opening reception of QAHN's new Housewife Heroines traveling exhibition, held at the Beaconsfield Public Library on February 4, 2016. The event, organized by QAHN, with the assistance of the Beaurepaire-Beaconsfield Historical Society is part of the project "Housewife Heroines: Anglophone Women at Home in Montreal during World War II," which includes a series of workshops, a traveling exhibition and an event on International Women's Day. The project is being funded through the Department of Canadian Heritage's World War Community Commemorations Fund.
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Photographie de Alex. Henderson, Montréal, vers 1870. / Photograph by Alex Henderson, Montreal.
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--December 8, 2015. The Victoria Exchange Building, Pointe-Saint-Charles District, Montreal. History and description of 2551 Rue de Châteauguay, Montréal (The building number in 1929-30 was 211; in Lovell's Montréal Directory from 1930-31 on it was 2551.)
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QAHN directors Sandra Stock, Carol Meindl and Rick Smith helped greet teachers at the QAHN kiosk at this year's QPAT convention at Montreal's Palaid des congrès. (Photo - MF)
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Gare de la Canadien Pacifique, Montreal West, vers 1930 / CPR Station, Montreal West, c.1930
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Gare / Station, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. Carte postale, vers 1900 / Postcard, c.1900.
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October 19, 2015. The following is the first instalment in a series written by Sandra Stock, as part of QAHN's project, Housewife Heroines: Anglophone Women at Home in Montreal during World War II, which has been funded through the World War Commemorations Community Fund.
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October 13, 2015. The following is the first installment in a series written by Sandra Stock, as part of QAHN's project, Housewife Heroines: Anglophone Women at Home in Montreal during World War II, which has been funded through the Department of Canadian Heritage's World War Commemorations Community Fund.
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--October 8, 2015. The following is the first installment in a series written by Sandra Stock, as part of QAHN's project, Housewife Heroines: Anglophone Women at Home in Montreal during World War II, which has been funded through the Department of Canadian Heritage's World War Commemorations Community Fund.
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Some years ago, this unusual stone was built into a wall of an old home in Beaconsfield, Quebec. The stone had been found nearby on the property, and then incorporated in the wall during masonry work. Barbara Barclay, the owner of the house in question, would like to know if this stone is the result of human art, or whether it was formed naturally. Please contact QAHN if you have any ideas! Tel: (819) 564-9595 Toll free in Quebec (877) 964-0409 home@QAHN.org.
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Part of the Housewife Heroines project team in Beaconsfield - Lorraine O'Donnell, Patrick Donovan, Dwane Wilkin and Barbara Barclay of the Beaurepaire-Beaconsfield Historical Society. (Photo - Sandra Stock)
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QAHN's own Rod MacLeod was one of the participants. (Photo - Rick Smith)
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Several volunteers from QAHN participated at this event. (Photo - Rick Smith)
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Benoit Dorais, Mayor of the Sud- Ouest Borough of Montreal. (Photo - Rick Smith)
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--September 3, 2015. Need a cab? Pick up the phone and just say “TRenmore-4777”, a Bronx Park Taxi will be at your door. Need the Fire Dept.? Grab the phone (quickly) and say “HEmlock-5323”, and you’ll be talking with the Fire Chief directly. Need new furniture? Stretch-up from your old chesterfield and walk to the phone to say “YOrk-3600” to reach the Fifth Ave. Department Store on Wellington to shop “online”, literally. Unlike today, access to a telephone was a cherished commodity in the past.
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QAHN Board members Rick Smith and Carol Meindl attended the 2015 QCGN annual general meeting in Montreal last week. (Photo - courtesy)