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Jocelyn Létourneau

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007): Musée de la civilisation

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Rob Schoen

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007): Thompson Rivers Historica Fair Committee

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Margaret Inoue

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007): UBCIC Indian Chiefs

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Peter Seixas

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007):Historica Foundation (Benchmarks Project)

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Josie Premzell

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007): Peel Heritage Complex

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Lon Dubinsky

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007):Canadian Museums Association

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Roger Gibbins

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007):Canada West Foundation

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Jocelyn Létourneau

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007): Association for Canadian Studies

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Winona Wheeler

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.
INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007):Special surveys (Aboriginal)

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David Northrup

CANADIANS AND THEIR PAST — ANNUAL MEETING.

INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH — YORK UNIVERSITY (6-8 DECEMBER 2007):survey

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Introduction to Symposium themes by Lon Dubinsky

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Welcoming address by Jocelyn Letourneau

Les musées et sites patrimoniaux ont une longue histoire en tant qu’institutions publiques transmettant un savoir et renforçant la mémoire.

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Piece by Piece: The GWG story by Cole

Levi Strauss & Co (Canada) closed its Edmonton doors in March 2004, ending nearly 100 years of Great Western Garment (GWG) production in the city. The company’s long history is complex and may be approached from many different angles.

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Le futur centre de decouverte de Parcs Canada par Barry

Les festivités entourant le 400e anniversaire de la fondation de Québec seront à peine terminées dans le secteur du Vieux-Port que Parcs Canada ouvrira, dans cet arrondissement très fréquenté de la capitale, le dernier-né de ses centres de découverte

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Le Projet Cartier-Roberval par Giroux

Le projet Cartier-Roberval est né en 2005 de la mise au jour, par la Commission de la capitale nationale du Québec (CCNQ), d’artefacts associés aux établissements d’explorateurs français à l’embouchure de la rivière du Cap Rouge entre 1541 et 1543...

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Museum Focus Groups Project by Del and Lon

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Museums Focus Groups Project by Premzell

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Tender Research by Kin Gagnon

This presentation will present research from my work “Tender Research: Field Notes from the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre, New Denver, BC.” which looks at this heritage centre and the mnemonic role of the garden.

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