The Ontario Chapter APG sponsors a variety of projects. Some projects have been day-long seminars or workshops geared not only to our membership, but to the wider genealogical community and/or the general public. We usually feature a table in the Expo Hall (exhibit and sales area) during the annual Conference of the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS). We have held pre-conference days in conjunction with OGS, as well as stand-alone special events. After some of these events we have been able to make donations of relevant books or other materials to libraries or archives within Ontario. Ontario Chapter held a successful afternoon of Professional Business Skill workshops prior to the 2016 Ontario Genealogical Society Conference in Toronto, Ontario.
2023 upcoming events:
3rd May 2023:
Register now and find out how you can submit your questions ahead of time:
The Ontario Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists is hosting a special presentation on Wed May 3th at 7:30 p.m. EDT and we’re inviting you!
Getting Started in Chinese Genealogy for Professionals will be presented by author, storyteller, professional genealogist and expert in Chinese Canadian genealogy, Linda Yip. Jenna Lemay of the OCAPG programming committee is our moderator.
The event is free for members and $5.00 for non-OCAPG members. Can’t make the date? A recording of this presentation will be available for OCAPG members after the presentation. Consider joining OCAPG to attend events like this one free. Membership is $12 per year for APG members and you don’t have to live in Ontario. Here’s how to join: https://ocapg.org/join-us/
—-September 2021 Presentation Update—-
Dr. Wilkinson’s presentation on Genealogy and Law was a big hit with virtual attendees on Sept.1st. We had a great turnout with a mix of professional genealogists and family historians. Award-winning author of Genealogy and the Law in Canada, Dr. Margaret Ann Wilkinson was the Director of the Area of Concentration in Intellectual Property, Information and Technology Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario. As an adjunct Professor in the Richard Ivey School of Business, she was involved in the Health Sector stream. Formerly a practicing lawyer in Toronto, she is also trained as a professional librarian. Didn’t make the date? A recording of this presentation will be available for OCAPG members after the presentation. Details soon.
You can join OCAPG here https://ocapg.org/join-us–