Hosted by the Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, the 29th Canadian Military History Colloquium will be held at Wilfrid Laurier University from 4-5 May, 2018. This page will be updated frequently; check back often.
Elizabeth Greenhalgh, University of New South Wales, Canberra, author of The French Army and the First World (2014), Foch in Command: The Forging of a First World War General (2011), and Victory Through Coalition: Britain and France during the First World War (2005).
CLICK HERE to register. Early rates are valid to 8 April.
Early Registration Rates (valid to 8 April)
Student (no banquet) FREE
Student + Banquet $30
General + Banquet $55
Student (no banquet) $30
Student + Banquet $50
General + Banquet $70
CLICK HERE to view the preliminary program [last update 17 April 2018].
A limited number of $500 travel bursaries will also be offered to the top graduate student presenters from non-Ontario universities provided they submit a 7,500 – 10,000 word (including notes) article based on their conference presentation by 16 April 2018.
May 4-5 is an exceptionally busy time in Waterloo; we recommend you book as soon as possible. Conference rates are available at the following locations:
Hotel Laurier | On Campus | 519-884-0710 x2771 | website
Rooms from $55/night.
Best Western Plus Waterloo | 547 King St. N| call 519-884-0100 or 1-866-222-4175 to book
Rooms from $129/night until April 16th.
The Delta Waterloo | 110 Erb St. W | 519-514-0404 | click HERE to book, enter promo code “W51” under “special rates”
Rooms from $169.
Join us on Thursday May 3rd at the Lion Brewery Restaurant in Waterloo for a round of Bluff the Professor, a game where intrepid historian Geoff Hayes must identify the untrue historical anecdote out of three stories read by his peers. Afterwards, you’ll get to test your own knowledge in a few rounds of trivia. Doors open at 6:30 pm, festivities begin at 7.
Book Sales & Launches
Booksellers will be attending from:
UBC Press will launch the following titles:
Patrick Dennis, Reluctant Warriors: Canadian Conscripts and the Great War