CIHS Annual Report

CIHS President Michael Molloy delivered his wide-ranging annual report at the October 17 annual general meeting. It encapsulates another very active year in fulfilling our objectives.

See below for Roy Christensen’s photos from the evening.


2020 National Essay Challenge [pdf][/pdf] Download  ... Read more.

‘Boat people’ stories

Canadians who came here under the 'boat people' movement are now telling their stories. CIHS is partnering with the Southeast Asian Canadian community organizations, Carleton University and others to capture the stories - many of which are now on-line, through the 'Hearts of Freedom' project. The project will ensure that the settlement experience of these people is preserved and becomes part of Canada's historical narrative. CBC Radio in Ottawa interviewed one of the individuals who told his sto... Read more.

Roger St. Vincent’s autobiography

The Department of History at Carleton University, Ottawa, has made Roger St. Vincent's autobiography, "A Very Fortunate Life", available on line. The autobiography includes accounts of Roger's wartime service with the RCAF, his time with the Canadian Government Immigration Mission, the entire text of  "Seven Crested Cranes" - his account of the Uganda Asian movement, and other elements of his career.... Read more.