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Chippewa Park is celebrating its th Anniversary of the official opening of the park in The presentation will provide a snapshot of the last years along with a glint into its future. The presentation will also highlight the restoration work undertaken by the organization especially the recent work in the restoration of the year old C.
Parker Carousel. He has a background in public service including being elected to all three orders of Government as well as working for both the Recreation and Parks departments of the City of Thunder Bay. As a consultant he developed feasibility studies for a of municipalities and First Nations in the Northwest as well as conducting transportation and forest operation research. Talks on a wide range of topics are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Thunder Bay Museum from September to April. The event is free to the public, all are welcome.
Free to view, this panelist discussion will be recorded and posted to the Museum's YouTube at a later date. Since , the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society has been regularly holding talks on a wide range of topics on the fourth Tuesday of each month from September to April. All presentations are free and open to the public. This will be a virtural presentation accessed through the Thunder Bay Historical Museum's website; please follow the link included on this to access from here.
The presentation will focus on the history of the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association from its formation in under the name The Thunder Bay Council of Ethnic Organizations to the present immigrant service agency located at 17 Court St. The agency has a grassroots history in the community and has grown and evolved over time. With the Trudeau multiculturalism policy direction of October, and the increasing dialogue on culture and celebration, the organization began as a collective to foster multiculturalism and diversity. Cathy Woodbeck is the Executive Director of the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association, having led the organization for the past 25 years.
A graduate of Lakehead University MA , and lifelong resident of the region she has been active in her community including serving on municipal council for Conmee Township. With her extensive experience in the Immigrant Settlement and Language Sector, she has represented the North in various working groups and provincial and national committees and councils. Cathy provides mentorship and training to agencies and organizations on issues of Immigration, Building Welcoming Communities and Working Effectively with Interpreters.
She often represents the North at Federal and Provincial discussions on settlement of newcomers across the North, language acquisition, small center strategies for building welcoming communities and issues of institutional change with respect to diversity.
Buried well below the fold was the fact St. And not just as an adventurer: owing to an accident early on, Ranoe ended up ghost-writing many of St. In this presentation, Ted Glenn tells the remarkable story of two reporters and one extraordinary woman as they journey to Red River with Colonel Garnet Wolseley and his Expeditionary Force. Peter is a historian and writer living in Thunder Bay. He has written extensively on the history of this region in books and articles Papers and Records.
At present he is at work on a history of the amalgamation of the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William and the municipalities of Neebing and Shuniah. He is married to Donna Gilhooly, has a son, two grandchildren, a dog and a cat.
There is a zoom link to attend virtually on the Thunder Bay Historical Museum website announcement. Due to the Covid regulations all in person attendees will be expected to come wearing a mask for the lecture. If wearing a mask for the duration is a problem we ask you to attend online. Her expertise in Indigenous politics, climate justice, and gender studies has established her as a regular commentator with the CBC, contributor to major media outlets including the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star, and professional public speaker.
These free live and interactive webinars will be moderated by Dr. Michel S. Every Wednesday evening at 7 p. Home Programs Academic Departments History. Events Details Set Campus. Address: Ryan Building Event Date:. Tuesday, March 23, - pm to pm EDT. Event Location:. Event Fee:. Event Contact Name:. Event Contact Phone:. Event Contact E-mail:. Event Contact Web:. Add to Calendar. Tuesday, February 23, - pm to pm EST. Tuesday, January 26, - pm to pm EST. Wednesday, February 5, - pm to pm EST. The Department of History Peer Mentors have organized a library tour and workshop for anyone who is interested.
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