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  1. Newspapers and news pamphlets gathered by the Reverend Charles Burney (1757- 1817). This collection covers early English news media and helps chart the concept of news, newspapers and the free press. The original Burney Newspaper collection is held at the British Library.
  2. US Newspapers from a range of urban and rural regions throughout the United States. The collection encompasses the entire 19th century and covers the American Civil War, African-American history and culture, Western migration and Antebellum-era life. Inlcudes major newspapers as well as those published by African Americans, Native Americans, women's rights groups, labor groups and the Confederacy.
  3. News analysis, human interest stories, entertainment and sports reporting as well as the personal papers of Associated Press staff members, consisting of wire copy, correspondence, journals, reporters' notebooks, and other materials. THe US City Bureaus Collection consists of wire copy, correspondence and newsletters related to significant events in US political and social history. Files in the Washington, DC Bureau Collection include Files include coverage of press conferences, travel, speeches, campaigns and elections, and messages to Congress.
  4. Digitized versions of historical community newspapers from around the province of British Columbia from 1865 to 1994. Titles include: The Abbotsford Post, Agassiz Record, Cassiar News, District Ledger (Fernie), Echo (Duncan), Grand Forks Miner, Nelsen Weekly Miner, Queen Charlotte Islander, Similkameen Star and many others.
  5. National and regional newspapers of Britian, as well as those from established country or university towns, the industrial and manufacturing Midlands, as well as Scotland, Ireland and Wales published from 1741 to 1950.
  6. Full text access to major Canadian daily newspapers (such as the Globe and Mail, National Post, The Gazette (Montreal), and Vancouver Sun) as well as small market newspapers and weeklies published in Canada.
  7. Factiva provides a wide range of information from newspapers, newswires, industry publications, websites, and company reports. The global range of publications provides both local insight and international perspective on business issues and current events especially with regard to current information on companies, industries, and financial markets.
  8. Complete archive of the The Financial Times from 1888 to 2010. Individual articles, advertisements, and market listings are shown individually and in the context of the page and issue.
  9. Historical newspapers primarly from the United Kingdom and the United States. Covers 17th to 19th century newspapers as well as the 20th century. Includes some significant titles such as: the Daily Mail, the Economist, Financial Times, Illustrated London News, the Independent, Liberty Magazine, the Listener, Picture Post, Punch, the Sunday Times, The Times (of London), and the Times Literary Supplement.
  10. Historical full page and article images from the Globe and Mail, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post from the mid to late 19th century with embargoes for the last 3 to 18 years depending on the newspaper.
  11. Analysis on international security issues and country risks.Access is limited to 5 users at a time. Please remember to logout (top right corner of the database) when you are finished.
  12. A set of digitized newspapers, journals, and magazines originally published by alternative presses during the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Independent Voices provides access to the powerful voices of feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, Latinos, gays, lesbians and more.
    The full collection is available to funding libraries during the funding/digitization campaign (through December 2018), Simon Fraser University is a funding library. The collection will become open access in January 2019.

    A limited number of publications are open access for public viewing now.

  13. A monthly digest of worldwide political and economic affairs. Keesing culls political, economic and social events into concise, detailed reports. Coverage up to 2015.
  14. Resources and contextual information relating to the Komagata Maru incident of 1914. Includes diaries, images, newspaper articles, rare government documents, publications, videos, and audio recordings. Also included is an interactive timeline and passenger list, lesson plans, and bibliographies.
  15. Published from 1924 to 1950, Liberty Magazine was an American weekly which often focused on sensational and popular issues. Gain insight into life in the United States during the Depression era and World War II. The articles, stories and advertisements in Liberty Magazine offer a perspective on the everyday lives of working-class and middle-class America when illustrated magazines were a popular form of mass entertainment.
  16. In-depth reports and opinion pieces on under-reported Canadian stories in the areas of climate change, energy, politics, the natural world, and related societal issues.
  17. The official voice of the central government of the People's Republic of China and China's most authoritative newspaper. Coverage is from May 1946 to present.
  18. Access to millions of pages of digitized historical content. Includes books, magazines, and primary source material: maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, portraits, sermons, poems digitized by the Gale company.
    Free for residents located in British Columbia and the Yukon, Canada. SFU Authorized Users may access the same Gale Digital Collections from anywhere with a valid SFU ID and password.
  19. Full-text of current issues of newspapers from around the world in full-color, full-page format. Includes thousands of newspapers in over 40 languages from Canada and internationally. A rolling back file of coverage varies with each newspaper ranging from 3 days to 2 months.
  20. Full-text access to The Guardian (U.K.-based; from 2010), the Vancouver Sun (2011) and the Victoria Times Colonist (from 2011). Searchable by specific dates. Digitized microfilm is useful for seeing a full newspaper page as it was in the original printed copy.
  21. Full-text of the New York Times newspaper from its inception in 1851 to four years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  22. Full-text coverage of the Wall Street Journal newspaper from its inception in 1889 to eighteen years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  23. Full-text coverage of the Washington Post newspaper from its inception in 1877 to seven years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  24. The Independent, a major British daily newspaper, positions itself as a truly independent newspaper, with a long-time tagline of "free from party political bias, free from proprietorial influence."
  25. The Listener was a weekly magazine established by the BBC in 1929.
  26. The Picture Post used photojournalism to capture British life in an age before television. The magazine charts the rise of popular entertainment and youth culture and contains thousands of photos of ordinary people doing ordinary things in Britain. Photo journalists also covered major national and international social and political issues; and with its liberal, anti-fascist and populist editorial stance, you can find images from WWII and the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany, coverage of the Korean War, and post-war reconstruction in Britain.
  27. With coverage from 1822 to 2006, these digitized pages of The Sunday Times published hard-hitting, investigative journalism, with in-depth information and widely researched, long-term news stories. This newspaper broke many of the key stories of the 20th century including: the thalidomide scandal in the 1960s, the exposure of former MI6 agent Kim Philby as a Soviet spy, the revelations about the Israeli nuclear program in 1986, and its own scandal involving the forged Hitler Diaries in 1983.
  28. Also known as the "The London Times" or "The Times of London" this is a digital reproduction of The Times newspaper with a 6-year embargo on current content. It also includes its predecessor The Universal Daily Register (1785-1788). The world's oldest continuously published newspaper, the Times contains extensive national (UK) and international news coverage, UK parliamentary reports, commentary, and editorial opinions. The entire newspaper is captured, with all articles, advertisements, and illustrations/photos.
  29. All past articles from the times Literary Supplement from 1902 - 6 years before present. Contains: literary reviews, essays, poetry.
  30. The leading news service covering the rapidly converging Canadian telecom, broadcasting, wireless and new media sectors.
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