BaNQ, Réunion du Conseil des ministres de la province de Québec au Palais de justice de Montréal – [Vers 1915], COTE : P318,S2,P52. On peut y voir le premier ministre Lomer Gouin, ainsi qu’Adélard Turgeon et Jules Allard, qui ont occupé les fonctions de ministre des Terres et Forêts et de ministre de la Colonisation, des Mines et Pêcheries, à différents moments de leurs mandats entre 1905 et 1915.
BaNQ, Réunion du Conseil des ministres de la province de Québec au Palais de justice de Montréal – [Vers 1915], COTE : P318,S2,P52. On peut y voir le premier ministre Lomer Gouin, ainsi qu’Adélard Turgeon et Jules Allard, qui ont occupé les fonctions de ministre des Terres et Forêts et de ministre de la Colonisation, des Mines et Pêcheries, à différents moments de leurs mandats entre 1905 et 1915.
from B.E. Fernow's Age of Trees and Time of Blazing Determined by Annual Rings, 1897
from B.E. Fernow's Age of Trees and Time of Blazing Determined by Annual Rings, 1897
Source: J. DeWitt's Bookshelf
Source: J. DeWitt's Bookshelf

The Otter: Call for Book Reviewers

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The Otter~La Loutre is pleased to announce that it is accepting book reviews for the monthly column on Canadian environmental history. The Otter~La Loutre functions under the Network in Canadian History and […]

De ministères en ministères…

BaNQ, Réunion du Conseil des ministres de la province de Québec au Palais de justice de Montréal – [Vers 1915], COTE : P318,S2,P52. On peut y voir le premier ministre Lomer Gouin, ainsi qu’Adélard Turgeon et Jules Allard, qui ont occupé les fonctions de ministre des Terres et Forêts et de ministre de la Colonisation, des Mines et Pêcheries, à différents moments de leurs mandats entre 1905 et 1915.

Depuis mes débuts sur le blogue du NiCHE, j’ai rarement fait dans la chronique d’opinion et le commentaire politique. J’ai parfois quelques réticences quant à l’instrumentalisation de l’histoire, et plus […]

Science, Storytelling, and Environmental History

from B.E. Fernow's Age of Trees and Time of Blazing Determined by Annual Rings, 1897

This is the 6th in a series of posts written by recipients of NiCHE New Scholar Travel Grants to attend the World Congress of Environmental History in Guimarães, Portugal.   […]

Review: Land and Sea: Environmental History in Atlantic Canada

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Reviewed By: John Thistle (Labrador Institute of Memorial University) Published: The Otter-NiCHE (September, 2014) Claire Campbell and Robert Summerby-Murray, Land and Sea: Environmental History in Atlantic Canada. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press, […]

#EnvHist Worth Reading: August 2014

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Every month we carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. Here are […]

Another Step Toward an Environmental Public History

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by Cathy Stanton. This week sees the arrival of a new issue of The Public Historian journal, edited by Leah Glaser and focused on “Public History and Environmental Sustainability.”  In […]

Politics as Usual?

Environmentalism From Below Workshop Participants.

I recently had the privilege of attending the Environmentalism from Below workshop, organized by Jonathan Clapperton, Liza Piper, the Rachel Carson Center, and NiCHE at the University of Alberta (August […]

Fostering Camaraderie: NiCHE New Scholars Committee Begins the 2014/15 Year

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The NiCHE New Scholars Committee is a sub-group of NiCHE that connects environmental history grad students, postdoctoral fellows, and recent PhD graduates. The committee meets digitally, either via Google Talk […]

“Human Climate” and the Interface of Earth-Sea and Sky: a Meditation on the Verticality of this Ecotone

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“Human Climate” and the Interface of Earth-Sea and Sky : a Meditation on the Verticality of this Ecotone after John Gillis’ lecture “Islands as Waterlands”[1] John Gillis, who has a […]

Sights worth looking at: Agricultural Exhibitions in Nova Scotia

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I have just returned from the Halifax County Exhibition, in its 130th year, where I showed my family’s balsam fir Christmas trees. Christmas trees have only been part of exhibitions […]

Grounding Environmentalism in Small-Scale Reality: Environmentalism from Below Workshop

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The Environmentalism from Below Workshop took place at the University of Alberta, August 7-9, 2014. The event was convened by Jonathan Clapperton and Liza Piper and sponsored jointly by The […]

River Deep, Mountain High: archiving the sounds of water

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By Cheryl Tipp, Curator of Natural Sounds, British Library Tucked away in a corner of north London lives one of the most important natural sound collections in the world. For […]