The Jeanie Johnston Educational Foundation was created in 2004 . A recreated version of the ship visited Montreal in 2003. The original Jeanie Johnston carried Irish Immigrants to Canada in the 1850’s without loss of life. It promotes studies of Canada in relation to Literacy, Immigration, History and Citizenship. It is a recognized contributor to the enhancement of the School’s Curriculum.
|His Excellency Ray Basset
Ambassador of Ireland to Canada
Leo Delaney, Chairman
Kevin O’Donnell, BA, QUAN.
Francois Morin, LLB
Andre Gervais, QC
Scott MacLeod, Author, Education Films
Alan Hustak, Author
Ben Walsh, B.A. Author, Educator
British Educational Technology Agency
Brian Young, Emeritus, Prof. History McGill
Chris Culpin, M.A. Oxon
Trinity & All Saints College, Leeds
Elaine Marcil, Ph.D. Timber trade, QC
Patrick Buckland, Ph.D. British Min.Ed.
Chairperson: Leo Delaney, CH.
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Emigrant Support Program, Irish Government
St. Patrick’s Society
LEARN Quebec, Ministry of Education
Irish Protestant Benevolent Society,
Global Access Group, Webmaster
|Legal Council: François Morin, LLD, Borden,Ladner, Gervais LLP.
History Advisor: Sam Allison, M.A.
The Jeanie Johnston Education Foundations’s (JJEF), first website, “Following the Great Famine” was created by prominent history teachers from Australia, England, Scotland, Ireland and Canada. The second project was a 4-page insert in the Montreal Gazette called “Champlain’s Gazette”, published October 2008. A series of learning activities for teachers in Quebec, “Quick ‘N Easy” was created in conjunction with LEARN.
|Sam Allison B.Sc. (LSE)
|Project Coordinator for JJEF, Quebec History
Educator of 2004, Author of History and Economics
School textbooks. Retired history teacher. Adjunct
|Chris Culpin M.A.
|Director Schools History Project 1982-2009.
Author and editor of over 60 books for schools.
Web writer. Learning Curve (British National
Library and Archives.
|Ben Walsh B.A.||Researcher, BECTA (British Educational &
Communication Technology Agency). Author of
The Struggle for Peace in Northern Ireland and
other books on world history. Adviser, East
European History Project. Web writer.
|Patrick Buckland Ph.D.||Director, Ireland In Schools Project (British-Irish
Ministries of Education).
|Elaine Marcil Ph.D.||Teacher, author and expert on Quebec timber and
|Leslie Walker Ph.D.||Researcher, British National Archives and Library.|
|Lindsay Allison B.A.
(McGill) Dip. (Osaka)
M.A. (Queens) M.S. (Oxon.)
|History Consultant JJEF.|
|Kevin O’Donnell B.A.||Author, President Quebec Local History
|Marianna O’Gallagher||Author and lecturer, books on Grosse Isle, Quebec
City, and the Canadian Irish.
|Michael Rice||B.A. Native Peoples Coordinator|
|Joan Crossley||M.A. Elementary Advisor|
|Karen Young||M.A. Elementary Coordinator|
|Ken Robertson||M.A. Elementary Maths Coordinator|
|Andy Agostino||Ph.D. Media, I.T. Advisor|
|Jens Holm||M.A. Secondary History Coordinator|
|Danielle Couture||B.A. Secondary Science Advisor|
|Annette Languay||B.A. Secondary Science Advisor|
|Michel Hellman||B.A. Artis, Cartoonist|
|Blanche Havel||M.A. Special Needs Coordinator|
|Alice Havel||Ph.D. Special Needs Advisor|
|Heather Anderson||M.A. Executive Assistant|
|McGill Rare Book Room|
|Can. Library & Nat. Archives|
|Mechanics Institute of Montreal|
|Gazette Picture Library|
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
|Emigrant Support Program, Irish Government|
|Howard Webster Foundation|
|Irish Protestant Benevolent Society, Montreal|
|Richard Pound, Former Chancellor, McGill University, author of numerous history books including Canadian Facts and Dates, represented Canada on the IOC|
|Brian Young, Emeritus Professor of History, McGill University, author of numerous books including Diverse Pasts, the approved secondary school textbook for History.|
|Alice Havel, Special Needs Education Advisor JJEF, coordinator of Student Activities Centre, Dawson College (services for students with physical & learning disabilities), Director of the Learning Disabilities Assoc. of Quebec Montreal Chapter, research team member of the Adaptive Technical Research Network for Canadian College students with disabilities.|