The Infrastructure of Canada's Anthropocene: Oil Pipeline Development in the Twentieth Century
Join Sean Kheraj, Associate Professor of Canadian and Environmental History at York University, as he examines the history of Canada's first transcontinental oil pipelines — and their subsequent expansion from the late 1940s to the mid-1970s — as the country made this consequential energy transition.
Please note that this activity will start in the Lecture Hall.
In English with bilingual question period.
Included with admission to the Gallery.