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Many Stories of Toronto: Recordings

This page will be home to recording of our Many Stories of Toronto online lecture series, April 21 to 29. Lecture notes, additional information, and recordings of the online lectures will be added here as we progress through the series.

There is still time for register for the live online lectures. Choose individual lectures or the full series—they are all free. For more information, click here.

Thank you for supporting Toronto Branch by registering for the series. We are grateful to the speakers for their willingness to share their knowledge and these recordings. Please download the lecture notes for your own use, but don’t share  them. Watch the recordings as many times as you want, but please don’t download them.


APRIL 21: Proudly Indo-Caribbean: A Transnational Journey Through Indentured Servitude—Bhonita Singh


Lecture recording: Recording will be available until May 31. Press the CC to turn on closed captions.


Lecture notes: Proudly Indo-Caribbean sources and notes


APRIL 22: Bonded for Life: Tracing the Genealogies of the Enslaved Families in Early Ontario—Natasha Henry


Lecture recording: Recording will be available until May 31. Press the CC to turn on closed captions.


Lecture notes: Bonded for Life links


APRIL 28: Discovering My Roots: A Chinese Canadian Perspective—Arlene Chan


Lecture recording: Recording will be available until May 31. Press the CC to turn on closed captions.


Lecture notes: A Select List of Resources on Chinese Canadian Genealogy


APRIL 29: Reconstructing a Homeland: Armenian Immigration and Settlement in Toronto—Cassandra Tavukciyan


Lecture recording: Recording will be available until May 31. Press the CC to turn on closed captions.


Lecture notes: Cassandra Tavukciyan-Sources