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  • Saturday, April 25, 2015
    4th Annual Genealogy Fair, Kitchener, ON
    Produced and sponsored by the Kitchener Public Library
    Info: The first three Kitchener Public Library Genealogy Fairs were so successful that we're very excited to announce the 4th Genealogy Fair. It will be held at our newly renovated Central Library at 85 Queen Street North, Kitchener, and will feature exhibitors as well as free workshops.
    More info KPL website
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • When: Sunday, April 26, 2:00 to 4:00 pm
    Meeting - Halton-Peel Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society
    Where: Oakville Public Library, 120 Navy Street, Oakville
    Topic: Using Autosomal DNA Tests to Confirm (or Deny) Relationships and Ancestors
    Speaker: Linda Reid, Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society
    Are you interested in finding out if you're related to someone famous? Do you want to know what your ancestral make-up is? Come to our seminar and find out if DNA testing is the way to go for you

  • Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
    Meeting - BGOGS, Southampton, ON
    Location: Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, Southampton, ON.
    Speaker: Petal Furness
    Topic: Native History
    Contact: http://www.ogs.on.ca/bruce_grey/

  • Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 - 1930h (7:30pm)
    Monthly Meeting - Ukrainian Genealogy Group, National Capital Region, Ottawa, ON
    The Monthly meeting will Feature: Bereza Kartuzka, A Documentary Film Directed by Yurij Luhovy (Politics in western Ukraine between the First and Second World Wars)
    Where: St John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Shrine Hall, 952 Green Valley Crescent, off Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, ON
    Contact info: website; eMail: uggncr1@gmail.com; Phone: (613) 731-1870 (evenings)

  • Thursday Apr 30 7:00pm-8:30pm
    Genealogy Resources Workshop - Oakville Public Library, Oakville, ON
    Interested in researching your family roots? Our popular workshop will be presented in a lecture format to introduce you to Ancestry Library Edition and other library resources that will help you get started.
    Where: Glen Abbey Branch, Oakville Public Library
    Age: 14Y+ Cost: Free/1 Class Register through IRIS with Course Code: 206809 OPL website

  • April 30, 2015 to May 3, 2015
    Clan MacRae Gathering, Ottawa, ON
    Program: April 30, Registration and Welcome Reception; May 1, a.m. - Either, Tour Library & Archives Canada - DNA & Genealogical Research - MacRae DNA Project, or Canadian War Museum; p.m. - Lunch - National Gallery of Canada - Special Tour of Alex Colville Exhibit - Dinner; May 2 a.m. - Annual Meeting Clan MacRae Society of Canada & Lunch; p.m.- Historic Boat Tour on the Ottawa River - Buffet Banquet & Entertainment at Christ Church Cathedral; May 3, 1:00 p.m. Unveiling of the Statue of John McCrae, who wrote In Flanders Fields - 3:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Mediation based on In Flanders Fields as well as other music, performed by the Dominion Carillonneur in the Peace Tower of the Parliament Buildings; 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. - The Music and Poetry of World War One presented by Mathew Larkin organist & Eric Friesen Broadcaster & Writer, Christ Church Cathedral. Details & To Register: e-mail Joanne Monahan - jmonahan@magma.ca

  • Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 9:30 to 4 pm.
    Meeting - The Vernon & District Family History Society, Vernon, BC
    Program: The Vernon & District Family History Society will host Cyndi Ingle of cyndislist.com in Vernon, BC at the People Place on Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 9:30 to 4 pm. The presentations will go through the process of creating a research plan, using online tools and services, how to keep yourself organized and on task. She will touch on a wide variety of online sources and tools including Evernote, social networking, databases and records repositories.
    Where: The People Place
    For more information including cost contact verfamhist@shaw.ca

  • May 1 & 2, 2015
    Conference - The Kamloops Family History Society, Kamloops, BC
    The Kamloops Family History Society is hosting a conference, FAMILY HISTORY: PAST TO PRESENT.
    WHERE: Calvary Community Church, 1205 Rogers Way, Kamloops, BC
    WHAT: There will be a dinner and meet the speakers social on Friday evening and twelve sessions to choose from at the conference on Saturday. Everyone is welcome. Check our website for updates.
    SPEAKERS: Cyndi Ingle, Lyn Meehan, Claudia Breeland, M Diane Rogers
    CONTACT INFO: www.kfhs.org

  • Saturday, May 2nd, 2015, 1 - 5 pm
    Aboriginal Heritage Festival, Fergus, ON
    Where: At the Wellington County Museum and Archives
    Program: Speaker at 1:30 pm: Tammy Tipler-Priolo: Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestors Also featuring: guest artisans, vendors' marketplace, music, dance and traditional food.
    More information: wellington.ca/museum

  • Tuesday May 5, 2015 7PM
    British Study Group Meeting - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Where: 118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • May 5, 2015, 2015, 2015, 7:30 pm
    Meeting - Durham Region Branch Ontario Genealogical Society, Oshawa, ON
    Where: Jane MacNamara, Inheritance Interrupted: WWI reflected in Ontario Estate Files The Great War cut short many lives and disrupted the expected passing of property and goods to the next generation. Laws were changed, society changed, the world changed. Drawing from estate files from across the province, this presentation will show examples of these changes and demonstrate how reading between the lines and understanding the process and implications of inheritance records can enhance your family history--in any era.
    For more information, visit our website.

  • May 09, 2015 - 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
    Meeting - Simcoe Branch Ontario Genealogical Society, Barrie, ON
    Theme: Family Tree Maker. Rick Roberts shares tips and shortcuts for those using Family Tree Maker software, and answers users' questions about FTM. Please notice that the date has been moved from May 2nd to May 9th
    Speaker: Rick Roberts, GlobalGenealogy.com
    Where: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 79 Ferris Lane, Barrie
    More info: Simcoe Branch website
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • Saturday, May 9, 10:00 to 11:30 am
    Monthly Meeting: British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa
    Location: The Chamber, Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa, Ontario.
    Topic: "Invisible but Audible: Postwar English Immigrants to Canada"
    Speakers: Marilyn Barber and Murray Watson
    The speakers will talk about the findings in their new book about English-born immigrants who settled in Canada in the thirty years after the end of World War II. The talk will explore some of the book's themes which include an exploration of why people chose to emigrate, why Canada was chosen, an examination of the complex process of settling in, creating a home, coping with family separation, finding work and building a career.
    Contact: www.bifhsgo.ca

  • Date: May 9, 2015 - all day
    Seminar: British Columbia Genealogical Society, Richmond, BC
    Location: South Arm United Church, 11051 No. 3 Rd., Richmond, BC.
    Registration: Early bird tickets till April 15th.
    Program - speaker Jill Morelli. Jill's Topics: The "Push" and the "Pull": Emigration Decision-Making in the 19th Century (Europe) I Found My Family on the Internet! Now what do I do? Discovering the 'Other' Censuses: State and Non-Population Enumerations Soldiers, Spies & Farm Wives: the Changing Roles of Women During the Civil War! Jill Morelli is a professional genealogist from Washington State, USA with her own research company, Cascade Research Services. She blogs at 'Genealogy Certification: A Personal Journey'
    Details: http://www.bcgs.ca/?page_id=2511

  • Monday, May 11, 7 pm
    Meeting: Essex County Branch OGS, Windsor, ON
    Location: Windsor Public Library, 850 Ouellette Avenue, lower level
    Title of Talk: "How Newspapers Contribute to Family History Research"
    Name of Speaker: Veronique Mandal, Head of Journalism, St Clair College, Windsor
    Brief Info: Everyone Welcome!
    Contact Info: www.ogs.on.ca/essex

  • 12 May, 2015 Tues. at 7:30 pm
    Meeting - Lambton County Branch OGS
    Program details: "Digital Techniques for Reading Difficult Tombstones" by David Elliott from Parkhill, ON.
    Where: [location not provided]
    For more information: Janet Kelch, Secretary, Lambton Branch OGS jdlk@bell.net

  • Tuesday, May 12th After 11:30 am for 12:00 o'clock seating
    Spring Luncheon - Kingston and District Branch, United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Kingston, ON
    Program details: Inviting all persons interested in the history of this area or in early Canadian history, to join us for our Spring Luncheon. Our speaker after our delicious lunch will be Rev. William Hendry who will talk about "Early Church History and Circuit Riders in Kingston and area". Tickets are $30 and must be reserved ahead of time from Carol at 613-546-2256. All visitors are most cordially welcome to attend. Parking is free at the Centre.
    Where: Donald Gordon Centre, 420 Union Street, Kingston
    More information: http://www.uelac.org/Kingston/

  • Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 10 a.m.
    Meeting: Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Kingston, ON
    Where: Wilson Room of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson St., Kingston
    Program: Jessica Dunkin of Queen's University and creator of the blog, The Home Archivist, will speak about preserving and organizing genealogical material.
    Visitors welcome. Further details at www.ogs.on.ca/kingston

  • Thursday May 21, 2015 10 AM till Noon
    Family History Group Meeting - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Where: 118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • Sunday May 24, 2015 2 PM
    Monthly Meeting - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Program: Speaker Ruth Lefler topic Brantford in Postcards
    Where: 118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • Tuesday, May 26, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
    Meeting - BGOGS, Owen Sound, ON
    Location: L.D.S. Family History Centre, 490 2nd Ave. S.E. Owen Sound, ON
    Speaker: Grace Wickenheiser
    Topic: William McLennan and Euphrasia Township.
    Contact: http://www.ogs.on.ca/bruce_grey/

  • Thursday 28th May - Sunday 31 May 2015
    Annual Convention: United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada (UELAC), Victoria, BC
    Theme: "Loyalists Come West".
    Host: Victoria Branch, UELAC
    Where: Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel and Marina, Victoria BC
    More info: Victoria Branch website

  • Thursday May 28 7:00pm-8:30pm
    Lecture - Oakville Public Library, Oakville, ON
    Program: Oakville's Flower: The History of the HMCS Oakville. On November 5th, 1941, a Canadian World War II corvette was adopted and christened HMCS Oakville just off the shore of our town with great celebrations at Lakeside Park. The ship, its crew, and its exploits were the stuff of legend, and have become only faded stories of which few of us remember. Join us to learn more about this incredible ship and its story through photographs and go more in-depth into the history and legacy of the HMCS Oakville with Sean Livingston, author of Oakville's Flower.
    Where: Central Branch Auditorium, Oakville Public Library
    Age: 14+ Cost: $15/Ticket OPL website

  • 28-31 May 2015
    National Conference - United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Victoria, BC
    Host: Pacific Regional UELAC Branches, Chilliwack, Vancouver, Victoria and Thompson-Okanagan sponsoring the AGM & Conference.
    The Schedule of Events

  • Friday May 29th May - Sunday 31 May 2015
    Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2015: 'Tracks Through Time', Barrie ON
    Where: Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario
    Program: A full slate of genealogy workshops, lectures, and fellowship that run through 3 days. This is the biggest annual genealogy conferences in Canada. Speakers include Dave Obie, Kirsty Gray, Janet Few, Thomas MacEntee, Vicki McKay, Dr. Maurice Gleeson, Austin Bovenizer, and many more.
    Details: Official website
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will have a major exhibit area at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • June 2,2015 Time 7:30 pm
    Meeting - Durham Region Branch, OGS, Oshawa. ON
    Speaker: Dr. Maurice Gleeson, London England. Program: Supercharging your genealogy with DNA. DNA testing is really easy to do, costs about $125.00 Canadian dollars, and is helping family history researchers break through Brick Walls that they never thought would come down. The technology behind DNA testing has been given a real boost by the Adoption Community who have developed tools and methodologies to facilitate the use of DNA to reconnect adoptees with their birth families. These same technologies have proven to be of real benefit to ordinary everyday genealogists too. Maurice will explain how DNA testing (and autosomal DNA in particular) can help you connect with genetic cousins and solve your own family mysteries He will also explain how to focus the attack on your Brick Walls by testing several targeted family members. He will illustrate his talk with real life examples, including an adoption success story from his own family. Dr. Maurice Gleeson is a Psychiatrist, pharmaceutical physician, some time actor and genetic genealogy convert. He runs several DNA projects at Family Tree DNA, has several blogs, and has a YouTube channel devoted to videos on Genetic genealogy with the aim of making the subject understandable and accessible to the widest audience possible. He was born and grew up in Dublin, is based in London (UK) and lectures on genetic genealogy worldwide.
    Place: Oshawa Public Library, 65 Bagot Street Oshawa

  • Tuesday June 2 2015 Time 7 PM
    British Study Group Meeting - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Where: 118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • June 03 (Part 1) & June 10 (part 2) 6:30pm-8:30pm
    Two-Part Lecture Series - Oakville Public Library, Oakville, ON
    Program: I Want to Research My English & Welsh Ancestors - Two-Part Lecture Series. Do you want to research your ancestors from England and Wales but don't know where to start? This two-part lecture series with professional genealogist Ruth Blair will introduce you to the records available to search and then move on to the other resources you will need to find your English and Welsh ancestors. This is a useful series for beginner and intermediate researchers and will include discussions about what is and isn't available online. Part 1 includes: Civil Registration, Census, Church Records, Tax Records, Probate Records, Estate Records, and Gazetteers & Maps.(Register with IRIS Course Code: 206885). Part 2 includes: City Directories, Newspapers, Military, Family History Societies, Libraries & Archives, Useful Resources, and Welsh Resources. (Register with IRIS Course Code: 206911
    Where: Central Branch Auditorium, Oakville Public Library
    Age: 14Y+ Cost: $8/1 Class OPL website

  • June 6th, 2015 2 - 4 pm
    Meeting - Simcoe County Branch OGS, Barrie, ON
    LOCATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 79 Ferris Lane, Barrie, ON
    TOPIC: Interactive Workshop
    SPEAKER: Simcoe County Branch OGS Executive

  • 6 June 2015
    Workshop - DNA Yesting for Genealogists, Toronto, ON
    Registration is now open for Genetic Genealogy, a full-day workshop to be held on Saturday 6 June 2015 at North York Central Library, co-sponsored by Toronto Branch and the Library's Canadiana Department. This workshop will cover the main types of DNA testing available to genealogists, different analytical techniques and how the results from genetic testing are used in conducting or supporting family history research. Our keynote speaker will be Irish genetic genealogy expert Dr. Maurice Gleeson. Early-bird rates apply until 9 May and OGS members enjoy additional discounts. For full program and speaker details and to register online, visit http://torontofamilyhistory.org/learn/workshops/genetic-genealogy/

  • Sunday 7 June to Friday 12 June 2015
    Genealogy Summer Camp - Toronto Branch OGS, Toronto, ON
    Genealogy Summer Camp is back! Toronto Branch has been running this innovative program for almost two decades now - we invite out-of-town researchers to Toronto for a full week of concentrated family history research at our wonderful libraries and archives, under the guidance of local experts. Local residents are welcome too, and may choose to stay with the group or attend as "day-campers". This year's Genealogy Summer Camp will run from Sunday 7 June to Friday 12 June 2015. Click here for details.

  • 9 June, 2015 Tues. at 7:30 pm
    Meeting - Lambton County Branch OGS
    Program details: "Do You Know Your Family" by George Pitfield, member of Lambton Branch.
    Where: [location not provided]
    For more information: Janet Kelch, Secretary, Lambton Branch OGS jdlk@bell.net

  • Jun. 10. 2015, 7:30 PM
    Meeting - Jewish Genealogy Society of hamilton & Area, Hamilton ON
    Where: Temple Anshe Sholom, 215 Cline Ave. N., Hamilton
    Program: Rick Roberts, Researching Canadian First World War Records Using Online and Traditional Resources. 7:30 pm Meet and Greet, meeting starts at 8 pm
    More information: JGSH website
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • June 11 at 7pm
    Presentation - Sandra Joyce , Author and Advocate for the British Home Children, Uxbridge, ON
    Organization - Uxbridge Historical Centre (Museum & Archives)
    Sandra Joyce is an Author and Advocate for the British Home Children. Based on her Home Child father's life, her book 'The Street Arab' looks at the causes of familial breakdown, life in the Homes in the UK, a Home Child's subsequent immigration to Canada as well as a Home Boy's life on the farm. 'Belonging', the sequel to the 'The Street Arab', looks at the lasting effects this immigration scheme had on these children and their families. Ms. Joyce is the Director-at-Large for the British Home Child Group, International. Copies of her books will be available for purchase. The presentation will be held at Uxbridge Historical Centre (7239 Concession 6, Uxbridge, ON) in the historic Schoolhouse on site. Admission by donation.
    For more details, visit: http://uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com/

  • Saturday, June 14, 10:00 to 11:30 am
    Monthly Meeting: British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa
    Location: The Chamber, Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ottawa, Ontario.
    Topic: "Great Moments in Genealogy" - talks by BIFHSGO members
    Contact: www.bifhsgo.ca

  • Thursday June 18, 2015 Time 10AM till Noon
    Family History Group Meeting - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Where: 118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • June 19-21, 2015
    Roots 2015, Montreal, QC
    Organization: The Quebec Family History Society presents - An international conference on family history in Quebec at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest English language genealogical conference held in Quebec.
    Some featured speakers are: Gary Schroder, President of the Quebec Family History Society; Lesley Anderson, Teacher and Consultant with Ancestry.ca; Edward Zapletal, Publisher, Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy, and History Magazine; Ed McGuire, President of the Vermont French-Canadian Genealogy Society; Glen Wright, Author and Lecturer; Johanne Gervais, Computer Specialist and Genealogist; Deborah Robertson, Librarian and Genealogist; Lorraine Gosselin, Lecturer and Genealogist; Marilyn Gillespie, Professional Photographer; Luc Lepine, Author and Military Historian; and Denyse Beaugrand-Champagne, Historian and Archivist with Bibliothéque et Archives Nationales du Quebec.
    For further information and to register go to www.qfhs.ca
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • Friday June 25, 2015 Time 5:30 PM
    BBQ & Strawberry Social - Brant County Branch OGS, Brantford, ON
    Program details: This is a fundraiser event - Cost $15 per person.
    Where: Smokey Hallow Estates Leisure Park 114=118 Power Line Road, Brantford
    For more information please phone 519 753 4140 or email brantogs@bellnet.ca

  • Saturday, August 1, 2015, 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    2015 Seminar - East European Genealogical Society, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Program: Ancestral Evidence - Names, Places, and Documents!
    Organization: East European Genealogical Society
    Charge: $60 members; $65 non-members
    Speakers: William "Fred" Hoffman - "Understanding Language Variations of East European First Names" and "The How and Why of East European Place Name Changes". Matthew Bielawa - "Analyzing Vital Records of the Austrian, Prussian and Russian Empires". John Pihach - "Beyond Vital Records: Galician Documents of Genealogical Value from Poland and Ukraine". Languages include Polish, Ukrainian, Latin, German, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, and Lithuanian.
    Where: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), 45 Dalhousie Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba To register: http://www.eegsociety.org/Seminar2015.aspx

  • August 6-9, 2015
    Convention: The Society for German Genealogy in Eastern Europe (SGGEE), Gatineau, QC
    Theme: Researching Our German Roots in Poland and the Russian Empire.
    Location: Gatineau, Quebec just across the river from Ottawa, Ontario
    See the website for details

  • Friday Aug 21, 2015
    Meeting: Scottish SIG Symposium, Brampton, ON
    Location: Courtyard by Marriott, Brampton
    Registration for Symposium 2015 is now open. We have a great line up of speakers again this year. Registration includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day. We have scheduled extra breaks and lunch will be set up in a separate room with tables so you can sit and chat with other genealogy friends. Come early to listen to the piper while you browse the marketplace. Bring a friend and let's get our Scottish on! Website Contact Info: scottishsigogs@gmail.com
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • Friday & Saturday August 21,22
    One World, One Family Conference, Brampton ON
    Organizers/host: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Family History Center, 10062 Bramalea Rd., Brampton, ON
    Details: to be announced
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event on SATURDAY only. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along. (we may not process sales at this event due to church rules)

  • September 6-12 2015
    Annual Conference - Ulster Historical Foundation, Belfast, Dublin, Derry City & more, Ireland
    Theme: "Tracing Your Irish Ancestors"
    Tracing Your Irish Ancestors is aimed at both the dedicated family historian and those who may prefer to spend more time savouring the enchanting landscape and historic sites of their ancestors. The week will comprise an engaging and entertaining mix of research in the archives with the help of the Foundation's experienced genealogists, talks from acknowledged experts and a variety of tours, all making for a memorable experience. Highlights from the varied programme include visits to Titanic Belfast and the Giant's Causeway, the National Archives in Dublin and the famous Walls of Derry, dinner at Belfast's historic Reform Club and afternoon tea at Barons Court, home to the Duke of Abercorn.
    More information: official website. If you have any queries, please email: enquiry@uhf.org.uk

  • September 18 - 20, 2015
    BIFHSGO Annual Conference, Ottawa, ON
    Theme: The 21st Annual BIFHSGO Family History Conference will focus on Scotland, Photographs in Genealogy, and Technology
    NOTE: GlobalGenealogy.com will be at this event. Let us know if there any specific products that you would like to see at this event and we will be sure to bring them along.

  • 17 October 2015
    Workshop - Atlantic Canada Genealogy, Toronto, ON
    Toronto Branch and the Canadiana Department of North York Central Library will also be co-sponsoring a one-day workshop on Atlantic Canada Genealogy on 17 October 2015. The keynote speaker for this event will be Dr. Terrence M. Punch of Halifax, Nova Scotia. We are now looking for other speakers who would like to be part of this workshop. The deadline for submission of proposals is 16 May 2015. The full Call for Speakers can be found here.
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