SGNO is a non-profit organization that focuses on the history of Canadian families and their genealogies.
SGNO, a society with 28 years of experience, has a research centre located in the Cité francophone in Edmonton (AB) open to all interested people.
Although most of our ressources are in French, our volunteers are bilingual (French and English) and would be pleased to help you with your research.
If you have any question, please don't hesitate to call or email.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The board of directors of the SGNO unanimously decided to keep the doors of Salon Normand-Lefaivre closed due to the pandemic.
The premises will remain closed until further notice.
In the meantime, we invite you to send us your questions and requests by email and our volunteers who are trained in genealogy will be happy to help you..
(NORMAL / USUAL)
HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday and Thursday:
10 am to 3 pm.
11 am to 3 pm.
Please call the centre before your visit.
We are closed during the months of July and August.
#102, 8627 - 91 Street
Edmonton AB T6C 3N1
The SGNO's administrative council consists of the following persons (with their terms of office as indicated):
Paul Pelchat, president (2019 - 2022)
Denise Hébert, vice-president (2018 - 2021)
Élisabeth St-Onge, secretary (2018 - 2021)
Paulette Briand, treasurer (2020 - 2023)
Dorianne Vincent, director (2018 - 2021)
Gilles-Pierre Nadeau, director (2018 - 2021)
Monique Juliat-Krupa, director (2020 - 2023)
Yvonne Cruickshank, director (2019 - 2022)
Suzanne Maynard, volunteer representative
Anyone interested in genealogy or who would like to support the SGNO, can become a member.
Regular member: $20 per year
Companion member: $10 per year
To become a member, simply complete the following form and mail it in to us with the appropriate amount.
We invite you to read our newsletter, which is published in French and English. A sampling is provided for you on the following page.SOURCES ET RESSOURCES
Our office and research centre, le Salon Normand-Lefaivre, are located in the Cité francophone in Edmonton.
It is staffed by trained volunteers who can definitely help you with your research. We also have three (3) computers available for your use.
Our library boasts more than 1,600 genealogical resources, including:
- parish directories
- index to Quebec's notarial acts
- family histories
- Alberta community histories
- and more.
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In order to assist you with your research, the Society also maintains numerous subscriptions for online research. These include:
- ancestry . ca
- ancestry .com
- généalogie québec
- mes aïeux