The official newsletter of The Ontario Historical Society.
The OHS Bulletin is the official newsletter of The Ontario Historical Society. It is published quarterly, reaching readers in spring, summer, fall, and winter. It is mailed to every OHS member free of charge, and shares information about ongoing issues concerning the Society and Ontario’s heritage sector.
Regular columns in issues of OHS Bulletin:
- President’s Report – A message from OHS President
- Executive Director’s Report – A report from the Society’s Executive Director
- Museum News – Articles featuring or of interest to museums, produced by the OHS Museums Committee
- Cemetery News – Articles concerning the Society’s efforts to preserve Ontario’s cemeteries, edited by Marjorie Stuart, email@example.com
- From the Bookshelf – Recently published books relating to the province’s history, reviewed by Dr. Cynthia Comacchio. Please mail copies to the OHS office
- Barry Penhale’s Ontario – Exploring unique characters and communities from all across the province
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Current Issue: August 2022
In This Issue:
- Remembering No.2 Construction Battalion in Owen Sound
- AAO Archeion Brings Ontario’s History to You
- President’s Report
- OHS AGM Registration Now Open, Steve Paikin Will Deliver Keynote
- Executive Director’s Report
- Cemetery Defence News
- OHS Welcomes New Minister, Hon. Neil Lumsden
- Museum Milestones
- Preserving Mennonite History in Essex-Kent
- Barry Penhale’s Ontario
- From the Bookshelf