Web site of research centre dedicated to all aspects of Acadian life and society: history, genealogy, folklore, linguistics, archaeology. Site provides access to the holdings of their Archives de Folklore, their holdings in the area of genealogy as well as relevant genealogical web links, and online access to recent years of Contact-Acadie: bulletin des études acadiennes, and links to other related websites.
The Centre for Newfoundland Studies (CNS), a division of the Memorial University of Newfoundland Libraries is a special research collection for the study of all aspects of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Centre compiles the easily searchable Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography (PAB) which contains over 65,000 citations to articles appearing in journals between 1668 and 1999 relating to Newfoundland's history, description, development and resources, biography, literature, technology, social issues, and natural sciences. The Centre's website provides Newfoundland related web links as well as links to city, community and regional websites.
Web version of work published in print and CD-ROM edition. Contains more than 4,000 articles on BC people, places, and topics. Includes photographs, statistics, maps, tables, charts and diagrams, sound and vido clips.
Online version of the outstanding Encyclopedia of Canada's Peoples published by the Multicultural History Society of Ontario. Each article includes origins, migration, arrival and settlement, economic life, community life, culture, education, religion, politics, and bibliography.
Online version of the excellent and comprehensive Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan published in 2005 by the Canadian Plains Research Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan in celebration of Saskatchewan's centennial.
Includes digitized versions of hundreds of local histories, early Alberta newspapers, the Statutes of Alberta from 1906 to 1990, and the Alberta Folklore and Local History Collection, a digitized archive of manuscripts, reminiscences, stories, plays, poems, photographs.