Canadian History Roundup - May 14, 2017

Inauguration de c première rame du métro à la Canadian Vickers, en présence notamment du cardinal Paul-Émile Léger et du maire Jean Drapeau. Août 1965. VM94-Md19-006. Archives de la Ville de Montréal/Inauguration of the first metro line at Canadian Vickers, in the presence of Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger and Mayor Jean Drapeau. August 1965. VM94-Md19-006. Archives of the City of Montreal. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0


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That’s it for this week! Do you have any exciting plans for this weekend? I’m mostly going to be relaxing, because the next two weeks will be quite busy. Why, do you ask? Well, first of all, the CHA is coming up! So I will be in Toronto from May 27th to June 1st. Second, we have a super exciting plan for the coming week on Unwritten Histories. I will be more details for you on Tuesday, but there will be three extra blog posts this week, all leading up to the CHA! There will also be some schedule changes:

Saturday May 27th: Roundup a day early

Sunday May 28th: My Top Picks for the CHA 2017

Monday May 29th to Friday June 2nd: no blog posts, but I will be live-tweeting the CHA.

While I will definitely be archiving all of the CHA tweets, just like I did last year, I have not yet decided if I will be doing this during the conference, or afterwards. Do you have any thoughts on the matter?

The roundup will come out on either Sunday June 4th or on Monday June 5th, mostly depending on how tired I will be. I will definitely let you know when closer to the actual date. And finally, our regular schedule will resume on Tuesday June 6th.

Whew. Did everyone get that? 😉 See you on Tuesday!


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