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1. Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management
Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management acquires and preserves government and private-sector records of provincial significance and facilitates access to them. The Web site is uni-lingual English. It contains a guide which describes the major genealogical sources available at the archives. It ...
2. Cumberland Museum and Archives
Cumberland Museum and Archives
The Cumberland Museum and Archives holds newspapers, dating from 1882-1932, photographs, heritage files (homes, owners and family histories), some hospital records, census, local history books, church records. Staff will undertake research for a fee.
3. Archives of Manitoba
Archives of Manitoba
The Archives of Manitoba preserves records from provincial and local governments, courts of law, school authorities, businesses, organizations, and individuals. It is also the repository of the records of the Hudson's Bay Company. The archival holdings include photographs, architectural plans, lett...
4. Provincial Archives of Alberta
Provincial Archives of Alberta
The Provincial Archives of Alberta is the primary repository for Alberta's documentary heritage. The holdings consist of government records, private papers, maps, architectural drawings, paintings/drawings, historic photographs, sound holdings, archival video holdings and film holdings. Records dat...
5. Glenbow Museum
Glenbow Museum
Glenbow Archives, one of Canada's largest non-governmental repositories, is a major research centre for historians, writers, students, genealogists, and the media. It houses an extensive collection of unpublished archival records of individuals, families, organizations and businesses. The Archives' ...
6. British Columbia Archives
British Columbia Archives
The British Columbia Archives is the central archives service for the government of British Columbia. The archival holdings include government documents and records; private historical manuscripts and papers; maps, charts and architectural plans; photographs; paintings, drawings and prints; audio an...
7. Hudson's Bay Company Archives
Hudson's Bay Company Archives
The Hudson's Bay Company archives were donated to the Province of Manitoba and are administered as a separate division of the Archives of Manitoba in Winnipeg called the Hudson's Bay Company Archives. It is an extraordinary collection of books, letters, ledgers, ships' logs, pictures, photographs, ...
8. Archives of Ontario
Archives of Ontario
The records at the Archives of Ontario date back to 1729 and reflect all aspects of public and private life in Ontario. Holdings include government and private sector records, genealogical records, vital statistics, records relating to Aboriginal Peoples, photographs, cartographic records, architect...
9. Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec is responsible for the conservation of documents relevant to the history of Quebec. The archives makes its services available throughout the entire province through a network of nine regional centres. The holdings consist of textual records, photograph...
10. Saskatchewan Archives Board, Regina
Saskatchewan Archives Board, Regina
The Saskatchewan Archives Board, a joint university/government agency, is responsible for acquiring, preserving and making accessible documentary records bearing on all aspects of the history of Saskatchewan. Records are collected in all information formats including paper, microfilm, maps, drawings...
11. Saskatchewan Archives Board, Saskatoon
Saskatchewan Archives Board, Saskatoon
The Saskatchewan Archives Board, a joint university/government agency, is responsible for acquiring, preserving and making accessible documentary records bearing on all aspects of the history of Saskatchewan. Records are collected in all information formats including paper, microfilm, maps, drawings...
12. Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects, preserves, and makes available for research, documents and records bearing upon the history of New Brunswick. The holdings consist of architectural drawings, government records, maps and plans, photographs, private records and sound and moving imag...
13. Public Archives and Records Office, PEI
Public Archives and Records Office, PEI
The Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island (PARO) acquires, preserves, and makes available for public research the records of the provincial government and private-sector papers and records deemed to be of lasting historical value. The holdings consist of textual records, photogr...
14. Provincial Archives Division,The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador
Provincial Archives Division,The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador
The Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador (PANL) preserves those records of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and from private sources which are deemed to have enduring legal, fiscal, evidential, historical or research value. The holdings consist of government records, private p...
15. Nunavut Archives
Nunavut Archives
The Archives of Nunavut preserves that territory's documentary heritage, and makes the information available to the public. The archives does not have a Web site at this time. Inquiries can be sent by telephone, mail or e-mail.
16. Northwest Territories Archives
Northwest Territories Archives
The Northwest Territories Archives acquires, preserves, and makes available for public research the records of the territorial government and private-sector papers and records relevant to the human history of the Northwest Territories. Holdings consist of text, photographs, cartographic records, so...
17. Yukon Archives Images Database Home
Yukon Archives
The Yukon Archives acquires, preserves and makes available documentary sources related to Yukon history, cultures and development. The archives also serves as a repository for the records of Yukon municipalities. Holdings consist of government records, photographs, corporate records, private manusc...
18. Société d'histoire et de généalogie Maria-Chapdeleine
Société d'histoire et de généalogie Maria-Chapdeleine
The Société d'histoire et de généalogie Maria-Chapdeleine received its charter on 8 March 1988. In its function as an archives, its mandate is to preserve and arrange documents and to make them accessible to the public. The society serves the 14 municipalities in the regional municipality (MRC) of...
19. Société de généalogie et d'archives de Rimouski
Société de généalogie et d'archives de Rimouski
The Société de généalogie et d'archives de Rimouski was founded on 13 August 1979 under the name Société généalogique de l'est du Québec (SGEQ). Its objectives are to organize, promote and sponsor genealogical, historical and cultural activities and events; to make an inventory of sources relating ...
20. Queen's University Archives
Queen's University Archives
The H.C. Burleigh Papers, touching on over 900 local families, are the primary genealogical resource at the Queen’s University Archives. Ontario land registry copybooks are available for the counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Prince Edward, Leeds, Prescott, Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and...
21. Trent University Archives
Trent University Archives
Trent University Archives in the Thomas J. Bata Library has an extensive collection of census returns, assessment and collectors rolls and voters’ lists for the Trent Valley area. Some Newcastle District records date back as early as 1803. Select birth, marriage and death records are among the holdi...
22. University of Windsor, Leddy Library
University of Windsor, Leddy Library
The Leddy Library at the University of Windsor has Essex County census returns, indexes to local cemeteries and church records, and local newspapers including the Amherstburg Echo, Essex Record, Sarnia Observer, Leamington Post and Windsor Star. The university’s archives, located in the library, has...
23. Lutheran Historical Institute
Lutheran Historical Institute
The Lutheran Historical Institute is an agency to preserve historically significant Lutheran records and to promote interest in the history of the Lutheran Church in Canada. The records date from the 1890s up to the present day with the majority of the records dating from the 1930s forward.
24. Mennonite Archives of Ontario
Mennonite Archives of Ontario
The Mennonite Archives of Ontario is the location of source documents related to the history of Mennonites in Ontario. Students, church historians, genealogists, and others use the resources of the archives. Projects have included Mennonite alternative service in World War II and immigration to Ont...
25. Anglican Diocese of Huron Archives
Anglican Diocese of Huron Archives
The Archives is primarily an in-house archives caring for the records organized and collected for the benefit of the Anglican community within the Diocese of Huron. The Archivist will respond only to written requests.

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