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Bruno Paul Stenson

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Bruno Paul Stenson
Island of Montréal in person; off-island via Zoom.
More than 70 topics in 8 THEMES including HISTORY OF NEW FRANCE (12 topics); HISTORY OF CANADA (14 topics); HISTORY OF EXPO 67 (8 topics); GENERAL SOCIAL HISTORY (18 topics); SCIENCE (7 topics); ASTRONOMY (7 topics); ELVIS PRESLEY (6 topics); THE BEATLES (6 topics). See Bruno Paul Stenson's Facebook page for more information.

Bruno Paul Stenson is a social historian who has been giving entertaining lectures since 1984. A fluently bilingual graduate of McGill and Concordia universities, he has earned Bachelor's degrees in Psychology and in History, a Master's degree in History, and a diploma in Public Relations Management. His public education efforts earned him the Museum Volunteer Award from the Canadian Museums Association in 2015, the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada in 2016, and the Château Ramezay Centennial Medal from the Château Ramezay Museum, also in 2016. His many lecture topics include social history, sciences, and music (he owns and plays some 250 different musical instruments).