The 2015 ACA Conference in Regina – Part 4: Komagata Maru

Hi everyone, it’s the archivist Vino again sharing information about the ACA conference in Regina.  Online exhibits from York University Last time I blogged, I mentioned that social media is being widely used in order to promote and highlight archival collections and one effective method being utilized by archives are web exhibitions.  A great example is […]


The 2015 ACA Conference in Regina – Part 3: Entertain first, educate second

Hi everyone, this is the archivist Vino again, back with a blog on my experiences at the ACA conference in Regina.    A major theme at the ACA conference this year was the use of social media going on in archives. This is an aspect of archives that I have been trying to broaden at […]


The 2015 ACA Conference in Regina – Part 2: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Hi everyone, this is the museum’s archivist, Vino, continuing with my blogs on the sessions I attended at the 2015 ACA conference in Regina. Ry Moran, director of the NCTR One of highlights from the conference was a session with  staff of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR).  The NCTR, located at the University […]


The 2015 ACA Conference in Regina – Part 1: Murder in the Archives

Hi everyone, this is the Musée’s archivist Vino and I thought I would write a series of blogs on some of the interesting sessions I attended during the Association of Canadian Archivists’ (ACA) 40th annual conference in Regina, SK held in June 2015.  With the theme of “Perspectives on the Archival Horizon”, the conference looked at various topics […]