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John Beram Please join the us for a presentation from local history enthusiast and storyteller John Beram, who will be discussing his recent tour of WWI battlefields. Please note the time changes: • The Archives will open at 6 pm … Continue reading
The 125th Anniversary of Humberside Collegiate Institute The WTJHS will celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Humberside Collegiate Institute at our October 5, 2017 meeting. Graeme Dymond, Co-Chair of the Humberside Reunion Committee will be at the meeting to discuss the … Continue reading
Uncovering the Indigenous History of the Junction A presentation by our summer students, Leanne Daly and Rahemah Siddiqui. This presentation will highlight the Indigenous archaeological sites in and around The Junction including the Seneca village of Teiaiagon at Baby Point … Continue reading
Premiering Neil Ross’ play ‘Canadian Junction: Town, City and Country’ — with A.B. Rice, Mrs. Julia Brown and Anne Leung — a WTJHS Canada 150 project. Also premiering: ‘Howland’ by Madeleine McDowell and Neil Ross Poster Design by Cassandra Pollack