Join us for another in our CBHA/ACHA Webinar series. 150 Years of Canadian Banking and a Look Into the Future Date: Wednesday April 14th, 2021Time: 2:00 pm EST The Canadian Banking System has a stellar international reputation. This is NOT because of recent developments but rather it is because the
The CBHA/ACHA Webinar Talk of March 14th, 2021 on The Business of Archives is now available on the society’s YouTube Channel. In this presentation, our panelists delve into the issues around creating and maintaining business archives. Why are archives so important and valuable to a company and its stakeholders, what to
Robert Bickers, China Bound: John Swire & Sons and Its World, 1816-1980, London: Bloomsbury, 2020. ix + 534pp., illustrations, photographs, archival sources, notes, index. Cloth; ISBN: 9781472949943, £27.00. Matthew J. Bellamy, Brewed in the North: A History of Labatt’s. Montréal, PQ, Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019. xiii + 451pp.,
Canadian Business History Association Welcomes Black & McDonald as its Newest Charter Corporate Member
The Canadian Business History Association/l’association canadienne pour l’histoire des affaires (CBHA/ACHA) is pleased to welcome Black & McDonald as its newest Charter Corporate Member. Black & McDonald is one of Canada’s leading multi-trade construction, facilities management and technical solutions providers. Founded in 1921, the company is celebrating its 100th anniversary
On February 19th, 2021 Dr. Andrea Benoit presented and discussed issues around corporate social responsibility that stem from research based upon her award-winning book, VIVA MAC: AIDS, Fashion, and the Philanthropic Practices of MAC Cosmetics (University of Toronto Press, 2019). This presentation is now available for viewing on the CBHA/ACHA YouTube Channel.
Helen Antoniou, Back to Beer … and Hockey: The Story of Eric Molson. Montréal, PQ, Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018. xiii + 451pp., illustrations, index. Cloth; ISBN: 9780773552876, Cdn $34.95. Charles Williams, Max Beaverbrook: Not Quite a Gentleman. London: Biteback Publishing, 2019. x + 566pp., illustrations, endnotes, bibliography, index.
Join us as Dr. Andrea Benoit presents and discusses issues around corporate social responsibility that stem from research based upon her award-winning book, VIVA MAC: AIDS, Fashion, and the Philanthropic Practices of MAC Cosmetics (University of Toronto Press, 2019). Date: Friday February 19th, 2021Time: 2:00 pm EST Recipient of the $30,000 2020 National Business Book
The Fifth Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Business History Association held on January 20th, 2021 is now available for viewing on the organization’s YouTube Channel. You can view the AGM HERE.
Tirthankar Roy, A Business History of India: Enterprise and the Emergence of Capitalism from 1700. Cambridge and New York, Cambridge University Press, 2018, xiv + 298pp. figures, maps, tables, references, bibliography. Cloth; ISBN: 9781107186927, £59.99, Paper; ISBN: 9781316637487, £24.99. Paul D. Earl, The Rise and Fall of United Grain Growers:
The Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Business History Association. The meeting will be held virtually online. Time: 4:30 pmLocation: Zoom Agenda will include: review of financial reports; appointment of auditors; appointment of directors; guest speaker. Guest Speaker: 5:30 pm. Part of the CBHA/ACHA Talks Series. Professor Brian Gettler, Unmaking the