Monthly Archives: April 2014

Meet the Archivist – Emily Cartlidge, Northumberland County Archives

Up next is Emile Cartlidge, Archivist for the Northumberland County Archives. Emily graduated from Brock University with an honours degree in  History.  She continued on to earn her Masters in Library and Information Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. … Continue reading

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Meet the Archivist – Ciara Ward

The next member we are profiling is Ciara Ward. Ciara earned her Bachlor of Arts (honours) in Art History from Queen’s.  She then was awarded a Master of Library and Information Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. Ciara isalso … Continue reading

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Meet the Archivist – Leah-Ann Logel, Port Hope Archives

Our next member is Leah-Ann Logel of the Port Hope Archives. Leah-Ann is new to this position as she just started in February 2014, replacing Erin Walsh while she is off on maternity leave. She completed her honours degreee in … Continue reading

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Meet the Archivist – Sarah Ferencz, Whitby Archives

Our next member profile is that of Sarah Ferencz of the Whitby Archives. Sarah began as the Digitization Technician in 2009, in 2011 she became the Archivist Librarian and took on the role of Archivist in 2013 after the retirement … Continue reading

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Meet The Curator – Samantha George, Parkwood Estate National Historic Site

Our next member profile is that of Samantha George, Curator of Parkwood Estate National Historic Site (Parkwood NHS). A graduate from York University with a degree in History and Anothropology, Samantha obtained her diploma in Museum Studies from Algonquin College. … Continue reading

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Meet The Archivist – Jennifer Weymark, Oshawa Community Museum

In honour of Archives Awareness week, we at DRAAG wanted to give you a glimpse into who we are and what it is that we do day-to-day! Throughout this week we will be posting profiles on just some of the … Continue reading

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Enhancing Collective Memory

2014 will be a year of remembrance as Canada prepares to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. Municipal, provincial, federal, corporate, community, and historical archives all contain records and important information that can be … Continue reading

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