Book Launch at the Dundas Museum & Archives: Canada and the United Nations: Legacies, Limits, Prospects

Wednesday, March 8 from 6 P.M. until 9 P.M.
Canada and the United Nations examines Canada’s international role and our relationship towards the United Nations. It was edited by Dr. Colin McCullough, a former Wilson Institute postdoctoral fellow, and Dr. Robert Teigrob, a professor of history at Ryerson University in association with The L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History at McMaster.

Join us as Drs. McCullough and Teigrob share some valuable insight on Canada’s place in the international community. Both will be available for questions, photos, and book signings. Copies of Canada and the United Nations will be available for sale for $30 (cash).


Upcoming Events at the DMA

Family Day is just around the corner on Monday, February 20th, and there is LOTS happening at the Dundas Museum and Archives. Including a BRAND NEW iPad Scavenger Hunt Adventure, games, crafts, English Country Dancing and more.

We say farewell to Hemlines: The Fashion (R)Evolution on February 20. But opening on March 18 is Rebels and Reformers: Dundas on the Road to Responsible Government. This exhibit highlights the role Dundas and Dundasians played in the years leading up to responsible government. If you want to know more about the early history of this community — and your country — this exhibit is for you. It will be entertaining and informative!

There is always something to do at the Museum. We hope to see you soon!