Cat No.: CAG113:Content Description: As much a history of the owner / editor, Dr. Alexander James Christie, as of the newspaper this article follows Christie’s emigration from Scotland through his initial employment and abandonment of a medical practice in favor of editing his own newspaper in (then) Bytown, now Ottawa. Beginning in 1836 the newspaper was active through some of the most turbulent, and interesting times, when Canada was in transition from being a corner of the British Empire to an independent and successful country. The newspaper survived the death of its owner/editor and is still published as the Ottawa Citizen.
Gleaned from: Papers & Records Vol. XXVII (1931), Ontario Historical Society, Published: 1931 (The complete source document is available as Catalogue Number CA0171-31)
by: Hamnett P (Pinhey) Hill
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