Sunday Sundries

We recognize and thank Queen Elizabeth II on the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne.

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

An adult view of Boris Johnson (strong language)

Control: the dark history and troubling present of eugenics
A presentation for the Royal Institution by author and excellent speaker Adam Rutherford. Watch on replay, the presentation starts around 11:20 minutes, at

The Interactive Map Jigsaw Puzzle

OGS/Ontario Ancestors eWeekly Update
Each free issue, arriving by email around 6 am ET each Saturday, is packed with news from the major genealogy websites and blogs and on forthcoming events.  Subscribe here.

10 facts about Irish gravestones

Canadian War Museum Reopening
The Museum will reopen on February 9, Wednesday through Sunday. You can book a timed admission ticket online. Proof of vaccination for anyone aged 12 and up is required.

Lack of access to data is hindering Canada’s efforts to achieve net-zero targets

Thanks to this week’s contributors. Ann Burns, Anonymous, Barry Read,  Brenda Turner, Brian Narhi, Dena, gail benjafield, Glenn Wright, Mike More, Rebecca Noall, Teresa, Unknown.

One Reply to “Sunday Sundries”

  1. That Jigsaw puzzle site looks dangerous – I love jigsaws and can see myself getting totally sucked in. Way worse than Wordle! That said, the Oxfordshire one does look cool 🙂

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