Preserving our immigration history.

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Black and white photograph of students in a classroom, circa 1930s-1940s.

Canadian Caper, with apologies to Ben Affleck

Our late colleague, John Sheardown, and his wife, Zena, are featured in a column from the ‘Ott...
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Black and white photograph of students in a classroom, circa 1930s-1940s.

2015-16 Financial Report

At the October 20 AGM, Treasurer Raph Girard tabled the Society’s financial report....
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Thirty years of achievements

Since 1986, the Society has successfully promoted the study of and reporting on the history of Canad...
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2015-16 Membership Report

A the October 20 AGM, Secretary Gail Devlin tabled the membership report....
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Forms used by Indochinese refugees

Indochinese refugees families applying to come to Canada completed an IMM8 application form, usually...
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Project celebrates activist Cal Best’s achievements

The achievements of the late Cal Best, a senior executive in the immigration program and Canada̵...
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The Prime Minister’s letter to the Minister of Immigration

The Prime Minister has released his expectations of his Ministers (mandate letters). The letter to t...
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CIHS articles republished in ‘Bout de Papier’

‘Bout de Papier’ – the magazine of Canada’s Professional Association of Fore...
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Black and white photograph of students in a classroom, circa 1930s-1940s.

Indochinese Refugee Newsletter

In July, 1979, just before announcing Canada would accept 50,000 refugees, Immigration Minister Ron ...
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