Spring is finally here and so is the latest edition of What’s new in the collection!
In addition to offering Highlights of selected new publications, it is now up to you to decide if you want to consult Highlights or Complete Lists of the newest additions to our private archives collection. What’s new this spring? We’ve acquired a compelling memoir entitled The Stone Frigate: The Royal Military College’s First Female Cadet Speaks Out, by Kate Armstrong. This publication captures the author’s experience as the first female cadet admitted to the Royal Military College of Canada. She describes the challenges she faced and how her humour and spirit helped her through difficult times.
We have also acquired the archival Fonds of Québec’s own Albert Millaire, which includes a number of records documenting Millaire’s theatre and television career, as well as his many recitals.
New documents have been added to the Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Fonds, which consists of 139 television episodes primarily produced at Baker Lake. These documents include series such as Igloomiut, Qimaivvik, Takuyaksat and Unnukkut.
Lastly, hockey fans may be interested to know that items from the William Northey Fonds can now be consulted.
The next edition of What’s new in the collection will be launched this summer.