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Dominion Conference

Celebrating 100 Years as an Association – Toronto

Go to the Dominion website
and to Events – Annual Conference

Thursday June 5
Registration in the afternoon followed by membership & genealogy workshops
Evening welcome reception

Friday June 6
Bus tour to discover Mississauga’s Loyalist Past
Seminars given by exceptional genealogists on military records, Local history and adding social context to your stories, on-line court records, Archives of Ontario – Preserving Family Heirlooms, Ancestry.ca – Pre-confederation records and more.
Global Genealogy will be set up for the day.
Dinner & evening entertainment at Burwash Hall, Victoria College, U of T; music by Muddy York.

Saturday June 7
AGM in the morning and early afternoon followed by the Council meeting
Afternoon guided walking tour of York by Richard Fiennes-Clinton of Muddy York Walking Tours OR – On your own to discover the “Heart of Toronto”
Dinner Gala honouring “All the Past Dominion Presidents”
Entertainment is a concert performance “Molly of the Mohawks”

Sunday June 8
Church service in the historic Chapel of St. Alban the Martyr, on the Royal Saint George’s College Grounds, Toronto – followed by lunch at the college.

The Hamilton Branch encourages all members to take part in all or some of this amazing conference. Our own Councilor Martha Hemphill UE is the chair and she worked side by side with us while we prepared for our Dominion Conference that took place just one year ago. This conference is very close to us geographically and each conference is enriching in history, knowledge and camaraderie.

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