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Upcoming Events

Feb
1
Thu
4:00 pm Hands-on Early Ontario Land Records
Hands-on Early Ontario Land Records
Feb 1 @ 4:00 pm – Feb 15 @ 7:00 pm
A THREE-WEEK COURSE ON THURSDAYS: FEBRUARY 1, 8 AND 15. An enormous amount of information about the people and families who lived in early Ontario survives in land records. The records of the Crown Lands[...]
Apr
22
Sun
2:00 pm Think like a genealogist.
Think like a genealogist.
Apr 22 @ 2:00 pm
Think like a genealogist: Creative research techniques to help you follow the right ancestral trail MONTHLY MEETING OF HALTON-PEEL BRANCH, OGS Family history research is all about following clues and creativity—imagining what records might exist[...]
May
17
Thu
7:00 pm The Search for Alban Leaf
The Search for Alban Leaf
May 17 @ 7:00 pm
The Search for Alban Leaf @ Uxbridge Public Library | Uxbridge | Ontario | Canada
MEETING OF UXBRIDGE GENEALOGY GROUP This presentation demonstrates the use of many English record types—in a period well before census and civil registration. The search for the subject of this case history, Londoner Alban Leaf[...]
Jun
3
Sun
10:30 am Archives of Ontario: What’s in i...
Archives of Ontario: What’s in i...
Jun 3 @ 10:30 am
Archives of Ontario: What's in it for me? @ Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph | Guelph | Ontario | Canada
A LECTURE AT ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY CONFERENCE 2018 Archives of Ontario: What’s in it for me? The Archives of Ontario is a rich source for family history. You can find records of birth, marriage, death,[...]
2:30 pm Bristol to Toronto: A Teenage Life
Bristol to Toronto: A Teenage Life
Jun 3 @ 2:30 pm
A LECTURE AT ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY CONFERENCE 2018 From Bristol to Toronto: Documenting a Teenage Life This case history explores the sources available for tracking an intrepid young immigrant to Toronto through his adolescence and[...]
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Accommodation

If you’re coming from out of town, we encourage you to stay with the group as part of the whole Summer Camp experience.

We’ve chosen Massey College on the University of Toronto campus for its location close to the St. George subway station, and setting on a lovely leafy quadrangle. The accommodation is basic, but the rooms are clean and spacious. No air conditioning, but fans are provided. A private bathroom is shared with one or two other rooms. A limited number of “senior suites” with ensuite bathrooms are available. Continental breakfast is included with all rooms.

Room rates for 2018 will be finalized in January. See the Massey College web site for the regular and senior/student rates for 2017.

Parking is not included. (Weekly parking passes will be available for about $80. Please email info@torontofamilyhistory.org for details.)

Once residence prices are set in January, we’ll add further instructions to this website, and you will request your room directly from Massey College. A deposit equaling one night’s stay will be due in April. You’ll pay the balance on arrival. Rooms are limited—PLEASE BOOK AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.

Summer Camp participants are under no obligation to stay at the designated residence.

Please note that Massey College is not wheelchair accessible. Even ground floor rooms have a few steps into the building. If needed, we can help you find nearby accessible hotel or residence accommodation.


DISCOUNT FOR OGS CONFERENCE 2018

Coming to Ontario for Genealogy Summer Camp? Add a few days to the start of your trip to attend the biggest family history conference in Canada.

OGS Conference 2018 will be held at the University of Guelph from June 1 to 3. Guelph is about 90 minutes from Toronto with good connections by bus or train. Register for Genealogy Summer Camp and you’ll get a coupon worth $35 off your full weekend Conference registration, or $20 off a single-day registration.

What a great way to start your week of learning!


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