Whether you are new to genealogy or have been researching your family for years, there is always room to learn something new. We offer English and French webinars on a wide variety of genealogical topics.


Below is a list of our upcoming webinars:


The Nom-Dit: from Oral Tradition in France to Social Institution in New France

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Date and Time: Sunday, 27 June 2021 - 14:00 - 15:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description:The French-Canadian population has been distinguished from its beginnings by a particular phenomenon called the nom-dit, a designation which in many cases has established itself as the alternative, main or even unique name of families in the St. Lawrence Valley. The pioneer brought with him a family name but also a profession that traditionally bestowed an oral nickname to its practitioners. Without being specific to New France, this anthroponymic trait carried over from Europe found in the Laurentian colony conditions favorable to a new pattern of inheritance that became extensive: until the 20th century, the designations of a large number of families maintained in unpredictable alternation both the civil name and the dit name.

The military constituted about half of Old Canada’s French settlers and the nom de guerre, one dominant type of dit name, consequently weighed on the rooting of this tradition. The preservation of service names by the demobilized soldiers, and soon-to-be inhabitants, found in this prolonged neighborhood a reinforcing factor. The military’s cultural influence on the new society can be seen in the family-name extension of this professional use in other trades such as among masons or carpenters. Like the soldier, the Ancien Régime’s craftsmen used to adopt within their profession a nom de compagnon whose shedding occurred when they returned to civilian life. New France’s newly-formed population fostered instead the coexistence of both surnames as well as their preservation. A naming duality thus took hold until modern requirements of vital records pressured families to side with one or the other. Only a handful of compounded surnames escaped this fate, such as Gérin-Lajoie or Canac-Marquis.

Pierre Gendreau-Hétu studied linguistics at the Université de Montréal. His graduate research focused on writing systems and their historical typologies. Questions of onomastics subsequently caught the attention of this independent researcher, notably the origin and evolution of surnames in French Canada.
Presenter: Mr. Pierre Gendreau-Hétu
Cost: $5 CAD for non-members
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Analyzing ancestors’ lives through land registers

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Date and Time: Thursday, 16 September 2021 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: You'd be surprised at how many secrets are revealed in Quebec land records. Who sold what to whom and when? Who was their landlord, tenant or neighbour? Did they have obligations to a landlord or tenant? The names of spouses, children and in-laws might be found in these records. You might also discover that your ancestor made an oath of allegiance to the Crown or someone else. Were they Loyalists? Did they petition for land? If so, their military service, the names of their parents and other relatives might be listed. If they farmed the land, when they first cleared it or what they grew or livestock raised might be included in land records. Were they participants or witnesses to lawsuits? If nothing else, you'll get a lot of detailed information that will help you find appropriate records in libraries or archives.
Presenter: Tracey Arial
Cost: $5 CAD for non-members
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Hidden in Plain Sight: the English in Quebec

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 27 October 2021 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Of all the groups to come to Canada, the English are by far the least studied, or recognized. In terms of number, immigrants from England were the largest British group to settle in Quebec. The 1991 census found that 1/3 of all Canadians claimed English ancestry.

This presentation will explore the history of the English in Quebec. Where did they settle? How did they settle? I will also discuss the ways in which you can research your English ancestors in Quebec.
Presenter: Dr. Gillian Leitch
Cost: $5 CAD for non-members
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Things you can learn by writing family history

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Date and Time: Thursday, 25 November 2021 – 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: A panel discussion and a webinar!
Every good story needs a surprising anecdote, a good quote from a participant and some sort of change in circumstances. Looking for these elements in genealogical records will make you a better researcher. You'll look more carefully at census documents to see if you can figure out who did what and where. You'll examine social histories in detail to see if you can find an oath or contract that you can use for a quote. All of a sudden, people will become more important. What did they do? What did they say? With whom did they clash? These are the kinds of questions that our panel of family historians will discuss. A short presentation listing some tips to get started follows.
Presenter: Tracey Arial
Cost: $5 CAD for non-members
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Databases



Base de données BMS2000

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Date and Time: Thursday, 16 July 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Do you need a refresher course on the BMS2000 database? Do you need a few more tips and tricks to help find that elusive record or to narrow down your search results? Then this webinar is for you.
Presenter: Johanne Gervais


BMS2000 Database

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Date and Time: Thursday, 9 July 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Do you need a refresher course on the BMS2000 database? Do you need a few more tips and tricks to help find that elusive record or to narrow down your search results? Then this webinar is for you.
Presenter: Johanne Gervais


PRDH-IGD Database

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 15 April 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Mr. Bertrand Desjardins, Genealogist emeritus, PRDH-IGD, will provide an online demonstration of the PRDH database to show you all of its functionality and some tips to help you with your research.
Presenter: Mr. Bertrand Desjardins


Base de données PRDH-IGD

PRDH

Date and Time: Wednesday, 19 February 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Mr. Bertrand Desjardins, Genealogist emeritus, PRDH-IGD, will provide an online demonstration of the PRDH database to show you all of its functionality and some tips to help you with your research.
Presenter: Mr. Bertrand Desjardins
Please note that Mr. Desjardins had problems with his speakers so there is a delay at the beginning of the presentation and at the end when the question period starts.


FamilySearch

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 8 January 2020 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: FamilySearch is the largest genealogical organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources and services to learn more about their family history. Marcel Blais will give you a live demonstration of FamilySearch, including how to create your family tree and how to find out more about your ancestors in Quebec.
Presenter: Marcel Blais


FamilySearch

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Date and Time: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: FamilySearch is the largest genealogical organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources and services to learn more about their family history. Marcel Blais will give you a live demonstration of FamilySearch, including how to create your family tree and how to find out more about your ancestors in Quebec.
Presenter: Marcel Blais


Clergénéalogie - Les oubliés de la généalogie

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Date and Time: Monday, 28 septembre 2020 - 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Some researchers estimate that over 120,000 young women and men in French America have dedicated their lives to religious service from the beginnings of New France to the present day. The birth of these people is for the most part attested in baptismal records, however, anyone trying to follow the lives of these children to reconstruct the story of a family often loses their trace. Their religious commitment, regularly involving a name change, often “separated them from the world”. The vow of chastity they pronounced prevented them from getting married, leaving us with no marriage records to track them. Information about their deaths is often difficult to find, as religious communities sometimes have their own cemeteries and registers. They have become the "forgotten in genealogy".

The Société de généalogie Saint-Hubert took on the painstaking task of identifying the members of regular and secular clergy of French-speaking North America from the beginning of New France to the present day, and to relate them to their families. At this point, 56,784 nuns, brothers, fathers and priests have been found and linked to their parents.

Join us to see how the free website "The Forgotten in Genealogy – Clergenealogy" represents a major addition to genealogical research in Quebec, helping researchers and genealogists retrace the complete families of the ancestors.
Presenter: André Morel


Diving into the Databases - BMS2000, PRDH, and Fichier Origine

Johanne

Date and Time: Sat, Aug 25, 2018 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: How to go from the shallow end to the deep end in one easy lesson with the BMS2000, PRDH, and Fichier Origine databases.
Presenter: Johanne Gervais



DNA



RESEARCH, DNA AND SERENDIPITY: How I discovered who my ancestors really were

Debbie

Date and Time: Wednesday, 17 June 2020 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Debbie Dee used to think that she had a good understanding of her family’s culture, history and ethnicity, until she started to research her family tree. She found out that her family’s information was mostly right about who they thought they were, but she also learned so much more about their heritage, including details that the family never knew about. She will talk about how traditional research got the ball rolling, DNA testing brought some new discoveries, and serendipity stepped in with some unexpected findings then literally delivered them to her doorstep.
Presenter: Debbie Dee


Le monde fascinant de la généalogie génétique

Alain

Date and Time: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Since the British researcher Alec Jeffreys confirmed in 1984 by DNA tests the identity of a Ghanaian child threatened with expulsion, genetic genealogy has continued to develop. Employed today to elucidate historical controversies, to solve the unresolved, to identify the biological parents of an adopted child or simply to bring out "family tree breaks" (non-parental events) in classical genealogy, DNA tests have become a complementary but essential tool for any self-respecting genealogist. What are these tests? What can they find? What are their limits? This is what I will have the pleasure to make you discover throughout this webinar!
Presenter: Alain Lachapelle


Family History Research Using Genetic Genealogy

Jason

Date and Time: Sat, Sep 15, 2018 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: My presentation will be a general overview of genetic genealogy testing. It will highlight the differences between the three most common DNA tests that a person can do and provide some guidance on how or what the focus of each test is. The largest focus will be on autosomal testing as it involves all lines of a person's ancestry and is by far the most enjoyable for making new family connections and finding new cousins.

At the end of my presentation I will cover some of the tools that can be used at the testing sites as well as the third party site gedmatch.com.
Presenter: Jason Porteous



Cemeteries



Stories from the Mount Royal Cemetery

Myriam

Date and Time: Wednesday, 6 May 2020 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: A virtual guided tour of famous people buried in Mount Royal Cemetery will bring to life many interesting personalities with facts and anecdotes linking them to important historic events. These great Montrealers, who have impressive monuments to commemorate them, played a major role in the rise of steamships, railways, banks, industries and institutions such as hospitals, schools and museums. This is a sequel webinar to the introduction to the Cemetery presented in March.
Presenter: Myriam Cloutier, Director of Heritage Programs at Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal


Des Histoires du Cimetière Mont-Royal

Myriam

Date and Time: Monday, 20 April 2020 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: A virtual guided tour of famous people buried in Mount Royal Cemetery will bring to life many interesting personalities with facts and anecdotes linking them to important historic events. These great Montrealers, who have impressive monuments to commemorate them, played a major role in the rise of steamships, railways, banks, industries and institutions such as hospitals, schools and museums. This is a sequel webinar to the introduction to the Cemetery presented in March.
Presenter: Myriam Cloutier, Director of Heritage Programs at Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal


Mount Royal Cemetery

Myriam

Date and Time: Monday, 23 March 2020 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Myriam Cloutier, Director of Heritage Programs at Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal, will discuss the history and evolution of Mount Royal Cemetery (including Hawthorn-Dale and Belvedere Cemeteries) and stories of interesting burials and monuments. She will demonstrate how best to use the on-line genealogy search function and how to search for a monument if able to visit the cemetery in person. Myriam will also talk about the Friends of the Mount Royal Cemetery’s role in promoting and preserving Mount Royal Cemetery’s history through monument restoration, walking tours, and numerous publications.
Presenter: Myriam Cloutier


Cimetière Mont-Royal

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Date and Time: Monday, January 20 2020 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Myriam Cloutier, Director of Heritage Programs at Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal, will discuss the history and evolution of Mount Royal Cemetery (including Hawthorn-Dale and Belvedere Cemeteries) and stories of interesting burials and monuments. She will demonstrate how best to use the on-line genealogy search function and how to search for a monument if able to visit the cemetery in person. Myriam will also talk about the Friends of the Mount Royal Cemetery’s role in promoting and preserving Mount Royal Cemetery’s history through monument restoration, walking tours, and numerous publications.
Presenter: Myriam Cloutier



Self-Publishing



Auto-publier vos histoires de famille

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Date and Time: Thursday, June 20, 2019 - 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Tracey Arial and Sandra McHugh will take you on the same journey they followed with the self-publishing of their book "Beads in a Necklace".
Presenters: Sandra McHugh and Tracey Arial

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Self-Publishing Your Family Stories

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Date and Time: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Tracey Arial and Sandra McHugh will take you on the same journey they followed with the self-publishing of their book "Beads in a Necklace".
Presenters: Sandra McHugh and Tracey Arial

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Write Your Family Stories

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Date and Time: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Inspirations, advice, tips and tricks: all you need to trace the footsteps of your ancestors and write their stories.
Presenters: Sandra McHugh and Tracey Arial

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Écrire l'histoire de ses ancêtres

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Date and Time: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Inspirations, conseils, trucs et astuces : tout ce qu'il faut pour tracer les pas de ses ancêtres et écrire leurs histoires.
Presenters: Sandra McHugh and Tracey Arial

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Family and History



Our Ancestors of Île d’Orléans

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Date and Time: Thursday, 27 May 2021 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Many of us have found some of our first ancestors to have settled on the Island of Orléans. Nothing surprising when we know that the cradle of New-France welcomed over 300 founding families! Many adventures and pitfalls are awaiting our ancestors in the New World. In this presentation, Sabrina will give you a glimpse of the lives of the settlers of the Island of Orléans from the beginning of the colony all the way to 1759. A century of learning, adaptation and discoveries, that's what our ancestors did with resilience!

Passionate about travel, history and genealogy, Sabrina Gamache-Mercurio has been a Chartered Genealogy Genealogist since 2017 and graduated from Laval University in Ethnology. Since 2012, she has been working at the Maison de nos Aïeux, a history and genealogy center on the island of Orléans!
Presenter: Sabrina Gamache-Mercurio

What were they thinking?

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 25 November 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: A family historian attempts to examine some of her ancestor's remarkable actions through social history.
Presenter: Debbie Dee


The Lalondes in Canada

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 28 October 2020 – 20:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Judy Gauthier has been researching the origins of her father for several years, in particular her great-grandfather Alfred Lalonde. Judy will talk about the history of the Lalondes, the sources she used, how to find them and the process she used to compile the information.
Presenter: Judy Gauthier


The Scots in Montreal and Quebec

Gillian

Date and Time: Thursday, 13 February 2020 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: The Scots have played an important role in the development and history of Quebec since the advent of British control of the region after 1759. This presentation will provide an overview of the settlement of the Scots in the province (with an emphasis on Montreal), the development of their own cultural institutions such as the Presbyterian Church, voluntary associations such as St. Andrew’s Societies, the Sons of Scotland, and sports clubs organizing curling, golf and shinty. There are a number of resources available to the family researcher, looking for information on their Scottish-Quebec ancestors. These will be discussed, including the use of private or associational archives such as the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal.
Presenter: Dr. Gillian Leitch


Fenians in the Neighbourhood

Heather

Date and Time: Thursday, November 28, 2019 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Missisquoi Museum curator and a projects director for the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network, Heather Darch will discuss the community of Missisquoi County that lived close to the border during the Fenian Raids of 1866. While attention has been given to the Fenian soldiers, the Canadian and British militia units as well as the home guards during the Fenian Raids conflict, the citizens of the border region were also involved and directly affected by the military action that took place in what was a relatively quiet region in Quebec. From court documents, letters and diaries, the voices of those who lived along the border add another element to a fascinating local story and an important part of Canadian history.
Presenter: Heather Darch


By Many Other Names: Identifying Quebec-French Families in Northern NY State

Pamela

Date and Time: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: This webinar will discuss the variations in Anglicized French family names in counties of Northern and Northeastern NY State
(such as St. Lawrence, Jefferson, Franklin, as well as Washington counties).
We will look at migration patterns during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and how to trace and track families in some of the original records
using online sites and databases such as Ancestry.com/.ca, PRDH, and BMS2000.
Presenter: Pamela Vittorio


The American Occupation of Montreal 1775-76

Mark

Date and Time: Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: The Continental Army marched northward in the early days of the revolution with the mistaken expectation that the local populace could be won over to the rebel cause. Montrealers were not so easily convinced. Mark Gallop looks at some of the places and fascinating people involved in the conflict, including Canadians who supported the American side and therefore had to take refuge and eventually settle in New York State after the war.
Presenter: Mark Gallop


La maladie canadienne-française

Johanne

Date and Time: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: En 1648, trois sœurs ont immigré en Nouvelle-France avec une maladie unique qui affecte actuellement une personne sur 1 000 personnes de descendance canadienne-française. Si vos ancêtres sont canadiens-français, cette conférence vous aidera à identifier les symptômes de cette maladie, mais surtout, cela montrera comment la généalogie a joué un rôle majeur dans le traçage de ses origines.
Presenter: Johanne Gervais


Histoire, Géographie et Généalogie – Tracer les Frontières

Sandra

Date and Time: Monday, November 19, 2018 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Les évènements historiques et les changements de frontières à travers les décennies influence notre recherche et définit les Centres de Dépôts d’Archives que nous utilisons. Rechercher dans le Bassin de Gaspé et la Péninsule Gaspésienne nécessite une connaissance approfondie sur ces sujets afin d’être efficace et atteindre nos objectifs. Il y a beaucoup plus que ce que nous présumons initialement.
Presenter: Sandra Blanchette


Irish Palatines in Quebec: Final Destination or Whistle-stop on the way to Ontario?

Carolyn

Date and Time: Wed, Nov 7, 2018 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: The Irish Palatines are one of Canada’s invisible ethnic groups: separated by language, religion and ethnic background in Ireland, they found a hospitable environment when they immigrated to Ontario in the 18th and 19th centuries. Québec was a key destination, too. Many Irish Palatines who had first settled in New York arrived in Québec as Loyalists during the American Revolution. At the end of the war, most were settled on land in Ontario, but a few rogue Palatine Loyalists set up home in Québec's Missisquoi Bay. After the War of 1812, Irish Palatines emigrated directly from Ireland, some settling in southwestern Québec. Yet while they thrived in Ontario, their experience in Québec was quite different. Carolyn talks about the Irish Palatines’ challenges and hardships as Irish Protestants in Québec as well as their migration to Ontario.
Presenter: Carolyn Heald


History, Geography, and Genealogy - Tracing the Boundaries

Sandra

Date and Time: Wednesday 23 May 2018, 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Historical events and boundary changes through the centuries influence our research and define the
repositories we use. Researching in the Gaspé Basin and the Gaspé Peninsula requires intense knowledge
on these subjects in order to be efficient and reach our goals. There is more to it than we initially assume.
Presenter: Sandra Blanchette
At the request of the presenter this webinar was not recorded.


Miscellaneous



Découvertes fascinantes: Les ressources généalogiques du Musée McCord

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Date and Time: Thursday, 20 August 2020 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: French
Description: Learn how the McCord Museum’s online and in-person resources can help you in your search for genealogical information.
The McCord Museum has a wealth of objects relating to individuals and families and their daily lives, work, and leisure activities. From photographs, paintings, prints and drawings, to archival holdings, and more, the focus is not only on Montreal and Montrealers, but also includes other regions of Quebec.

This webinar will demonstrate how to search for images and objects, digitized archival documents, and other, little-known resources available through the McCord Museum’s website. It will also introduce the viewer to additional information that can be uncovered during an in-person appointment in the Archives and Documentation Centre. This includes a quick survey of the contents of the internal database and the analog finding aids for the as-yet uncatalogued portions of the Notman Photographic Archives.
Presenter: Heather McNabb, Ph.D., Reference Archivist, McCord Museum Archives and Documentation Center


Fascinating Finds: Family History Resources at the McCord Museum

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Date and Time: Wednesday, 19 August 2020 – 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Learn how the McCord Museum’s online and in-person resources can help you in your search for genealogical information.
The McCord Museum has a wealth of objects relating to individuals and families and their daily lives, work, and leisure activities. From photographs, paintings, prints and drawings, to archival holdings, and more, the focus is not only on Montreal and Montrealers, but also includes other regions of Quebec.

This webinar will demonstrate how to search for images and objects, digitized archival documents, and other, little-known resources available through the McCord Museum’s website. It will also introduce the viewer to additional information that can be uncovered during an in-person appointment in the Archives and Documentation Centre. This includes a quick survey of the contents of the internal database and the analog finding aids for the as-yet uncatalogued portions of the Notman Photographic Archives.
Presenter: Heather McNabb, Ph.D., Reference Archivist, McCord Museum Archives and Documentation Center


Family Ancestrees

Sue

Date and Time: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Sue Sullivan, the Graphic Genealogist, is a professional Graphic Designer and owner of FMS Creative Inc. In 2010 she was bit by the genealogy bug and after several months of uncovering great aunts and third cousins (twice removed), inspiration struck. What would an extended family tree, full of cousins look like? As a visual person, she wanted more than a line chart. Sue wanted something visceral, a bold picture that told the story of generations. This was the genesis of Family Ancestrees. Sue will show us her very unique, personal way of showing off your family history as art!
Presenter: Sue Sullivan


Using City Directories For Genealogical Research

Mark

Date and Time: Thursday, September 19, 2019 - 19:00 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Learn how to navigate the online Lovell's Directories for Montreal (1842-2010) and the Marcotte Directories for Quebec City (1822-1976) to understand more about your ancestors, their businesses, neighbours, and communities.
Presenter: Mark Gallop


Eastern Townships Resource Centre - Live Demo

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Date and Time: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: For over 30 years, the Eastern Townships Resource Centre (ETRC) has been a recognized organization for the study of the Eastern Townships of Quebec. As one of the top accredited archives in Quebec, the ETRC preserves the documentary heritage of the Eastern Townships and serves as an archival expertise resource for local heritage organizations. Jody will provide us with a live demonstration of the ETRC including how to explore the archives and search their extensive database.
Presenter: Jody Robinson


Searching Canadian Census Records with Automated Genealogy

Mark

Date and Time: Wed, Oct 17, 2018 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: The census indices on automatedgenealogy.com were built by hundreds of volunteers with local knowledge and comes with powerful search functions and links to other records. Mark Gallop gives a tour of this free site with search tips and tricks to help you find that elusive relative.
Presenter: Mark Gallop



Google Earth for Genealogists

Michael

Date and Time: Wednesday 18 July 2018, 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Google Earth is a free tool that can be used by genealogists to uncover facts and add texture to the stories of peoples' lives.
This webinar will show you the basics of using Google Earth, examples of discovering and validating facts, and how it can be used to present information and stories to other people. Join us to learn how to be a Google Earth detective!
Presenter: Michael Baker



Does It Tell A Story?

Mark

Date and Time: Wednesday 20 June 2018, 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: Mark Gallop, an archives enthusiast, presented “DOES IT TELL A STORY? What should I do with all my inherited family keepsakes?
Digitization, distribution and disposal: Some lessons learned by an amateur family archivist.”
Presenter: Mark Gallop




Annual Meetings



Assemblée annuelle des membres - Annual meeting of members

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Date and Time: Thursday, 11 June 2020 – 20:00 Eastern Time
Language: English and French
Description: Notre troisième assemblée annuelle des membres de la Société Généalogique Virtuelle du Québec. Tous les membres sont invités.

Our third annual meeting of members of the Québec Genealogical eSociety. All members are invited.
Presenter: Michael Laekas


Assemblée annuelle des membres - Annual meeting of members

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Date and Time: Thursday, May 9, 2019 - 19:30 Eastern Time
Language: English and French
Description: Notre deuxième assemblée annuelle des membres de la Société Généalogique Virtuelle du Québec.
Tous les membres sont invités.

Our second annual meeting of members of the Québec Genealogical eSociety. All members are invited.
Presenter: Michael Laekas


Annual Meeting of Members

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Date and Time: Thursday 19 April 2018, 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Language: English
Description: This is the first Annual Meeting of members for the Québec Genealogical eSociety. All members are invited.
Presenter: Michael Laekas