Director of the Centre for Northern Studies elected as an Officer The Champlain Society's Council
Director of the Centre for Northern Studies and Associate Professor of History Michel S. Beaulieu has been elected as an Officer The Champlain Society's Council. Founded in 1905 by Sir Edmund Walker, the mandate of the society is to increase public awareness of, and accessibility to, Canada's rich store of historical records. To date, over 170 volumes of the highest academic calabre have been published by the society, with many older ones now forming the core of its Digital Collection.
The Council of the Society includes some of the country's finest scholars and community leaders, who offer guidance and advice to the Society. More information about the Champlain Society can be found at http://www.champlainsociety.ca/