20 April 2020

LAC Co-Lab update for April

Here's the monthly update on Co-Lab challenges projects as of 19 April.


Women Lightkeepers: heroes by the sea is 97% complete (96% last month)

Diary of François-Hyacinthe Séguin is 7% complete (5% last momth)

Correspondence regarding First Nations veterans returning after the First World War is 84% complete (42% month)

Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 is 69% complete (63% last month).

Rosemary Gilliat (Eaton)’s Arctic diary and photographs is 71% complete (69% last month)

New France and First Nations Relations is 50% complete (39% last month)


George Mully: moments in Indigenous communities is 2% complete.

Legendary Train Robber and Prison Escapee Bill Miner is 99% complete

War Diaries of the First World War: 1st Canadian Division is 94% complete

Japanese-Canadians: Second World War is 64% complete

The Call to Duty: Canada's Nursing Sisters is 93% complete


The Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918–1919

Correspondence between Sir Robert Borden and Sir Sam Hughes

Letters from Wilfrid Laurier to Zoé Lafontaine/Laurier (newly completed this month)

One of the indicators for the LAC Three-year plan 2019-2022 is the number of records enhanced by user contributions in the Co-Lab crowdsourcing tool. The indicator is to be released quarterly as is the indicator number of images digitized via DigiLab. However, the last quarterly report posted was for the period July-Sept 2019.

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