The accounts of Wednesday Night Salons in chronological order appear below. The task of archiving them is an on-going task. As stated elsewhere, it was not until the early 90s that we began to keep weekly records of discussions, therefore, there are, unfortunately, major gaps in the earlier chronicles. For a more complete list of Wednesday Nights see Wednesday-Night.com
Most, but not all, accounts until 2014 were written by our Scribe, Herb Bercovitz, and edited as required, by Diana, however a number of other Wednesday Nighters have also contributed their note-keeping talents on occasions when Herb was absent. Since Herb has no longer been up to the task, many of the entries for Wednesday Night consist only of the “Invitations”.

Wednesday Night #1841 with Akaash Maharaj
June 21, 2017, No Comments

Join us in celebrating the Summer Solstice – from here on the days get shorter. Thanks to Gerald Ratzer and other ...

Wednesday Night #1840
June 14, 2017, No Comments

There are weeks when we are inundated with new news, events, facts, commentary and hypotheses, some of which reinforce p ...

Wednesday Night #1839
June 7, 2017, No Comments

Kudos to Cleo Paskal. Wednesday Nighters who attended her “Geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific” were enthusiastic about ...

Wednesday Night #1838
May 31, 2017, No Comments

While the Trump tsunami continues to assault our eyes and ears, Canada is contributing its own political drama to the he ...

Wednesday Night #1837
May 24, 2017, No Comments

In 1837 there were uprisings in both Upper and Lower Canada against the conservative minority in power.  Change that to ...

Wednesday Night #1836
May 17, 2017, No Comments

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MONTREAL! On May 17, 1642, the city was founded by Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, who led French mission ...

Wednesday Night #1835 with Peter Trent OWN
May 10, 2017, 1 Comment

Our hearts go out to the residents of Hudson, Rigaud and all the other municipalities and regions battling with the wors ...

Wednesday Night #1834
May 3, 2017, No Comments

It has been an eventful week and we are sure that none of you needs to be told that the world has now survived Donald Tr ...

Wednesday Night #1833
April 26, 2017, No Comments

On Tuesday night, we were at Place des Arts for the premiere of the French version of the splendid documentary Expo 67: ...

Wednesday Night #1832
April 19, 2017, No Comments

The Atlantic Daily newsletter frequently bears an alliterative heading like “Flip-Flops and Force” as a clue ...