The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies (LCMSDS), which has become one of Canada’s largest military history research centres since its founding in the early 1990s by Terry Copp and Marc Kilgour, is now expanding to become the Laurier Centre...
The 32nd Canadian Military History Colloquium will be on 6-7 May 2022. Conference organisers invite submissions on all periods and aspects of Canadian military history and war and society. Visit studyofcanada.ca/cmhc for details.
A Policy History By Chris Anderson A Rohingya family wades through water crossing the border from Myanmar into Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold, [Collected from UNHCR Joint Statement on the Rohingya Refugee Crisis] The arrival in Canada of thousands of Syrian refugees...
Speaker: Roger Sarty This event is part of the Military Lecture Series hosted by Guelph Museums. Catastrophe – Stories and Lessons from the Halifax Explosion will be presented by
If permitted by university and public health officials, the 32nd Canadian Military History Colloquium will be held in-person at Wilfrid Laurier University. We understand that this may not be possible