On Sunday September 28, 2014 the Regimental Museum of the Queen’s Own Rifles and the 15th Battalion CEF Memorial Project (48th Highlanders of Canada) present a symposium on the First World War featuring acclaimed authors and presenters on the Great War:
- Andy Robertshaw: Feeding Tommy: Battlefield Recipes from the First World War; Digging the Trenches
- Robert Konduros and Richard Parrish: WW1: A Monumental History
- Norm Christie: For King and Empire
- Jack Granatstein: The Greatest Victory: Canada’s One Hundred Days, 1918
- The event will be held at Moss Park Armoury, 130 Queen Street East, Toronto, M5A 1R9 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Seating is limited to 100 attendees so make sure you register early!
- The cost is $65 which includes lunch.
- There will also be book signings, dealers, and artifacts.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is a municipal parking lot one block west of the Armoury on Queen Street. Parking on side streets near the Armoury is limited and mostly metered. If at all possible we encourage you to use public transit. The Queen St East streetcar passes in front of the armoury a short distance from the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line (Line 1)
2. Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes you can transfer your ticket online up to to another person (see updating your registration info below) by the end of day on September 25th.
3. Can I update my registration information?
You can update the information on your order (like name, email address, or answers to the organizer’s questions) from Current Orders under My Tickets.
4. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please print and bring your ticket to the event. If you do not have your ticket you will be required to provide identification that will support your registration information.