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Halloween, Montreal, 1869

Montreal Gazette 30 October 1869, page 3


The Grand Annual Festival of the Caledonian Society will be held in the Theatre Royal on Saturday Evening, October 30, 1869. 126 more words


Scots cartoon, Montreal, 1912

Montreal Daily Star, 8 May 1912, page 7

“Eh! Man, but I’d like a dish o’ they Oats.”


The adoption and communication of Scottish identity on Instagram

Over the past two weeks, I’ve had the privilege of interviewing six Scottish fashion and lifestyle bloggers about the adoption and communication of Scottish identity on Instagram. 1,731 more words

Historic Plaque at Rasco's Hotel, Montreal - Missing

In 1985 the St Andrew’s Society of Montreal was celebrating its 150th anniversary.  In honour of its anniversary and to commemorate its history in Old Montreal the society placed a historic plaque on the corner of the building which was Rasco’s Hotel, 281-295 rue St-Paul. 272 more words


Scottish or British? Conflict or Harmony?

The peoples of Britain have a somewhat unique situation among other European countries in that while we all share the same landmass, language and government, our island is composed of three distinct nations; namely, Scotland, England and Wales. 1,630 more words

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Rev Mathieson of Montreal, 1838

Perthshire Advertiser 29 March 1838, p4

The University of Glasgow have lately conferred the degree of DD on the Rev A Mathieson, AM of St Andrew’s Church, Montreal, Canada, North America, at present on a mission to this country, regarding the participation of the Clergy Reserves by the Presbyterians, which has now become a valuable and important support to the Protestant religion in these provinces. 21 more words


St Andrew's Day, Montreal, 1880

Montreal Daily Star, 1 December 1880, page 1

St Andrew’s Day

Annual Gathering of the Clans – The sermon in Craig Street Church mirth and music at the Windsor… 1,390 more words