Electronic Resources : Newspapers
Use the recommended databases below to find articles and e-resources related from newspapers. Need help? Check out the newspapers research and subject guide.
Full-text database containing major daily Canadian newspapers including the Globe & Mail, the National Post, and the Vancouver Sun.
This multi-disciplinary database provides full text for a multitude of journals, including many which are peer-reviewed.
Allows researchers to uncover primary source documents in archives where they may not have thought to look. The database provides a seamless research experience that helps scholars find a starting point and search across a wide array of primary source materials.
All issues of the British Colonist from 1858 to 1910
Digitized versions of 24 historical newspapers from around British Columbia
Often referred to as "the official newspaper of the Government of Canada," the Canada Gazette has been an important instrument in the Canadian democratic process for more than 160 years. The database comprises images taken from microfilm, microfiche and rare original copies of the Gazette held by LAC. The Canada Gazette Directorate has a searchable database on its website of all issues since 1998.
Indexing and access to Canadian and international journals,magazine, newspapers and reference content
Single-point access to Gale’s ever-growing collection of historical newspapers and periodicals — currently more than 12 million digitized facsimile pages from newspapers and periodicals around the world.