AGS News & Events
The Alberta Genealogical Society’s News & Events highlights what’s happening within the Society’s provincial association, our Branches, upcoming conferences and workshops, research trips and more. News moves through many different types of media, and we are beginning to coordinate with our print source the AGS quarterly Relatively Speaking starting with the February 2016 issue. We invite you to peruse our other listings such as Celebrating Alberta promoting important provincial and community activities and events, New Online Sources gives an update to the newest genealogical resources online, and Educational Opportunities which announces national and international conferences, workshops and educational avenues for family historians.
Family History Day at the Provincial Archives. Vital Statistics (birth, death and marriage registrations) contain significant pieces of information to aid one’s genealogical research. Learn more about these documents, and how to find and request them.
On 25 March 2017 the Edmonton Branch is hosting a one-day workshop exploring your Metis ancestors by using the Charles Denney Collection. Instructor Sheila Genaille. Registration fee $25 members / $45 non-members.
Join the Medicine Hat AGS Branch as they venture to Salt Lake City from 4-11 June 2017. What better way to help fill in the branches of your family tree than with a research trip to the world renowned Family History Centre.
The Society’s Journal, Relatively Speaking, is a high quality, internationally known publication and a leading means of promoting and celebrating genealogical research in Alberta and beyond. Currently we are seeking an Editor and Associate Editor. More...