St. John's Hosting Special Hybrid Meeting of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, Thurs. June 22, 7:00 pm
St. John's is pleased to welcome members of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, as well the public, to a special in-person and hybrid Zoom meeting on Thursday, June 22nd at 7:00 pm, featuring noted Canadian historian, Christopher Moore.
The title of the meeting is "Should the British Monarch remain Canada' head of state?" Christopher Moore will lead a group discussion on this timely topic from a historical perspective.
Christopher Moore a long-time member of the WTJHS, a Governor-General' Award winning writer, and a contributing editor at Canada's History magazine. His article, "Royal Dissent," was published in Canada' History shortly after the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II last year.
To attend via Zoom, please register via the WTJHS website to receive the link,
The West Toronto Junction Historical Society is a non-profit, charitable, volunteer organization. It was formed in 1980 by a group of local residents with the active support of the City of Toronto Planning and Development Department and Councillor David White. It was then incorporated in 1981 as an affiliate of the Ontario Historical Society. As a member of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, you will receive a tri-annual newsletter, "The Leader and Recorder," be invited to several meetings per year, be able to participate in walking tours, and learn about local history.
I'm a WTJHS member and will be at the meeting, but sitting at the SJWT tech desk facilitating the hybrid meeting.
Members of St. John's are certainly welcome.