My course about profiling Canadian ancestors using travel documents will enable you to write strong family history stories using passenger lists, border crossing records and immigration records. You will develop story-telling skills, have the opportunity to test three different structures, gain confidence in structure choice and improve your understanding of various writing styles. You will also be capable of varying your story with tone, rhythm and cadence.
Tracey Arial helps Canadians connect to their communities through ancestor, business and creator profiles.
Her creative entrepreneurship began in 1993, when she moved to Montreal to become a writer. She’s since co-founded four companies and helped manage a charity and four additional social enterprises.
Her profiles appear in hundreds of media stories and 10 books including: I Volunteered, Canadian Vietnam Vets Remember, the Canadian Writers' Guide to Government Action, several Ulysses guides to cycling, hiking and cross-country-skiing and Beads in a Necklace: Stories from Genealogy Ensemble.
She also hosts the Unapologetically Canadian podcast.