Board of Directors
Diverse team of volunteers
Board of Directors 2020-21
|President||Michel S. Beaulieu||Thunder Bay|
|First Vice President||Serge Ducharme||Field|
|Second Vice President||Kris Ives||Leamington|
|Past President||Caroline Di Cocco||Bright's Grove|
|Secretary||Allan Macdonell||Green Valley|
|Director||Gabriella Colussi Arthur||Toronto|
|Ex-Officio | Executive Director||Rob Leverty||Toronto|
|Ex-Officio | Editor, Ontario History||Thorold Tronrud||Thunder Bay|
New Board Members
At the 132nd Annual General Meeting of The Ontario Historical Society (OHS), held virtually online for the first time, one new board member was elected to complement the board’s already diverse team of volunteers.
OHS Past President Caroline Di Cocco reported on the nomination of Dr. Michael Dove of London, who was accepted by the voting members present at the annual meeting.
As a provincial heritage organization, the Society serves all Ontarians. Its board of directors reflects the diversity of the province by ensuring a mix and balance of different cultural and professional backgrounds with representation from all regions of Ontario.
Welcome to Dr. Dove!
|Michel Beaulieu||Executive Committee|
|Gabriella Colussi Arthur||Fundraising Committee|
|Michel Beaulieu and Eric Payseur||Honours & Awards Committee|
|Nora Sawyer||Indigenous Affairs Committee|
|Kristin Ives and Allan Macdonell||Museums and Affiliated Societies Committee|
|Caroline Di Cocco||Nominations Committee|
|Laura Suchan and Janie Cooper-Wilson||Preservation and Cemeteries Committee|
OHS Past Presidents
This video is also available on the OHS YouTube channel here.
OHS Past Presidents Reflect on 125 Years
On November 4th, 2013, the 28th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario David C. Onley held a reception at Queen’s Park to celebrate the 125th anniversary of The Ontario Historical Society. In attendance were students from Waterdown District High School’s Student Parliament, under the supervision of Nathan Tidridge, historical educator and friend of the OHS. During the celebrations, secondary student Joelle Easter interviewed Past Presidents of The Ontario Historical Society’s Board of Directors about their tenure with the OHS, and their reflections on the role and impact of the Society.
1. Download and Print the Nomination Form (word/.doc), and mail the completed form to:
The Ontario Historical Society
c/o OHS Nominating Committee
34 Parkview Avenue
Willowdale, ON M2N 3Y2