Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

East York Historical Society (Virtual): Celebrating Black History Canada


OPENING SPEAKER: SHEILA WHITE, Musical Director Topic: “My Mother’s Letters” Toronto-born Sheila White received an environmental Urban Hero Award in 2020, a federal Canada 150 medal in 2017 recognizing her voluntarism, and in 2014 was the African Canadian Achievement Award winner in the Politics category for her roles as a candidate and former political adviser,...

Thunder Bay Museum Lecture (Virtual & In-Person): Dr. Brian McLaren – Travelling West and East from Lake Superior to Lake of the Woods

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario

This will be a in-person event that is free to view.  The lecture will be broadcast live via ZOOM for those who cannot attend in-person and recorded and posted to the Museum's YouTube at a later date. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE WEBINAR Encompassing the traditional territories of eleven First Nations, spanning many more small communities of Indigenous Anishinaabe,...

North Toronto Historical Society (Virtual): Toronto’s Factory Architecture: Beautiful Utility


Toronto was a manufacturing centre for over a century beginning in the 1850s, and the city's industries generated great wealth. Architectural historian and NTHS member Marta O'Brien will illustrate how companies used striking architecture to project prosperity and importance, which has enabled the innovative reuse of former factories as commercial premises and residences. REGISTER NOW...

Town of York Historical Society: Found Objects: An Archeological Investigation of the Port Lands


The revitalization of sections of Toronto’s waterfront is underway, which will prevent flooding within the Don Valley and create new greenspaces in the Port Lands. During excavation of the new Don River channel, a large deposit of twentieth century "garbage" was uncovered, including some surprising objects. Join Scott Eckford, Archeologist at the Toronto and Region...