The 2017 Fall Mallory Lecture, titled “Where was Democracy? The Case of Woman Suffrage in Canada”, will take place on Wednesday, November 1st, and will be given by Veronica Strong-Boag, F.R.S.C. Professor Emerita at the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice/Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia.
For nearly 250 years, the Jewish community has made important contributions to life in Canada. In a new, multi-panel exhibition, this legacy is explored through themes ranging from public service and human rights to sports and the arts. The exhibition is supported by an extensive website, which includes an online quiz.
This exhibition was developed by the Canadian Jewish Experience.
For more information about this exhibition, please visit: cje2017.com
The exhibition is in two parts. The first part is devoted to the Battle of Vimy Ridge and to the memorial dedicated by King Edward the 8th in 1936 at Vimy. The second part of the exhibition is devoted to remembrance; to the memorials and to the memorialization of the bravery and sacrifices of Canada’s men and women during the First World War. Part I opens on the 7th of April and continues through November; part II, will open on the 19th of May and continue to September 22nd.