Author: David Thompson

IOOF Insurance Applications

IOOF Insurance Applications Between 1875 and 1929, the Independent Order of Oddfellows operated a life insurance program. Approximately 60,000 individuals, almost exclusively men, from all across Canada applied. The program was eventually operated by Empire…

Dell Special Purchase Offer 2019

  DELL SPECIAL OFFER – Valid May 15 – August 2, 2019 See below. Email DELL at Emily_Basque@Dell.com and ask for an Ontario Genealogical Society discount coupon code!

Call for Candidates for the Board of Directors

Are you a member of The Ontario Genealogical Society? Are you looking for a challenge, an opportunity to work with great people, and a chance to be on the leading edge of piloting our organization…

RootsTech London 2019

Fresh off our successful Research & RootsTech 2019 Tour to Salt Lake City, Ontario Ancestors invites you to travel with us to RootsTech London 2019 October 22 -26, with optional add-on tours in London, England,…

RootsTech 2020 – Salt Lake City

Ontario Ancestors invites you to travel with us to RootsTech 2020 in Salt Lake City, departing February 23rd and returning March 1st, 2020

Dell Semi-Annual Sale!

Dell Canada is an Ontario Ancestors partner company. Dell offers Ontario Ancestors members a discount on Dell products. Dell’s Semi-Annual Sale is on until March 28, and Ontario Ancestors members can save an additional 5%…

Register Now: Free Webinar with Tammy Tipler-Priolo

Join us with Tammy Tipler-Priolo on Thursday April 4th at 7 pm as she presents “Donkeys, Ships & Trains…One Italian Immigrant’s Journey to Ontario” This webinar traces the immigration path of one Italian Immigrant, from…

Introducing “Ontario Ancestors”

The Ontario Genealogical Society is introducing the logo and “brand” of “Ontario Ancestors”. The new logo will be rolled out throughout the Society and its publications and on-line presence in the coming months. The goal…

Vernon Directories Digitization Project

Wouldn’t it be great if you could track your Ontario ancestors between the 1901 and 1911 census? Or perhaps between 1891 and 1901, or 1911 and 1921? Wouldn’t it be great if you could see…

2019 Free Webinar Series Full Schedule

  The Ontario Genealogical Society is pleased to release its full 2019 monthly webinar series schedule.  Our webinars are presented at 7 pm Eastern Time on the first Thursday of every month and are freely…