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  1. The 1956 Hungarian Memorial Oral History Project includes 400 hours of oral testimonies relating to refugees of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, collected by second and third generation Hungarian Canadians. The interviewees tell their personal stories of their involvement in the Revolution, their reasons for leaving and means of escape, places they lived en route to Canada, and the course of their lives in Canada. They also describe their ongoing relationship to their culture, language and religious practices, and to the community both in Canada and still in Hungary.
  2. Digitized images (gif & pdf formats) of the Canada Gazette (a federal government newsletter) from 1841-1997. Includes: Announcements about statutes, regulations, administrative board decisions, and public notes from businesses, non-governmental organizations, and private citizens. For publications from 1998 to present, go to
  3. Access to publications of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. Includes AI Magazine (15 month embargo), archive to The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (2003-2012), conference papers, technical reports, and funding tutorials.
  4. Citations from books, articles and reports on agriculture and allied disciplines including, plant and animal science, environmental management, and food and nutrition.
  5. AGRIS (Agricultural sciences and technology) identifies worldwide references to journals, books, and non-conventional materials (sometimes called "grey literature" e.g. theses, reports, etc.) covering all aspects of agriculture, forestry, plant and animal production, and food and nutrition.CARIS (Current Agricultural Research Information System) identifies detailed information about current agricultural research projects being carried out in - or on behalf of - developing countries.
  6. Books from the Wosk-McDonald Aldine Collection, from the press of Aldus Manutius (1452-1515), the foremost editor, printer, and publisher of the Italian Renaissance. Includes Greek, Latin and Italian editions.
  7. An interface to a crystal structure database that includes every structure published in the American Mineralogist, The Canadian Mineralogist, and the European Journal of Mineralogy.
  8. The Library and Archives Canadas online catalogue of published books, magazines, maps, music, and works for patrons with print or hearing impairments. To search the combined catalogues of public and academic libraries across Canada, use Voila ( instead. *NOTE*: AMICUS will be decommissioned after late 2018.
    (April 2018) Library and Archives Canada has launched its new union catalogue, Voilà. Use Voilà to search the combined catalogues of Canadian libraries.
  9. A collection of research papers in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics.
  10. Citations with abstracts to the worldwide literature (grey literature and published research from 1978) on the Arctic and other cold regions. Produced by the Arctic Institute of North America. Covers a wide range of topics ranging from science to social science and history.
  11. This collection consists of materials concerning sex and race in Toronto between 1920 and 1970. It includes photographs from a private collection and newspaper articles about Chinese Canadians and white women (Chinadolls) in Toronto's Chinatown, published in the Toronto Chinese press. It will also include interviews with individuals concerning everyday life in Toronto's Chinatown and the experiences of mixed-race couples and children living there.
  12. Contains biographical profiles and excerpts of book reviews for British Columbian authors, as well as an online archive (2004-onwards) of BC BookWorld, an independent Canadian newspaper about books.
  13. A growing collection of open access textbooks covering the top 40 highest-enrolled subject areas of higher education in British Columbia.
  14. This collection is comprised of full-length interviews with notable activists in British Columbia's labour movement on topics ranging from experiences at work, picket lines, strikes and rallies, to organizing unions and negotiating and bargaining collective agreements, as well as shorter interviews based on historic labour events in B.C. The collection includes memories from pre-World War II through to today, as well as reflections on the current state of the labour movement. It is a resource for information relating to labour history and general B.C. history, and the exploration of the intersection of issues like labour, work, politics, gender, race relations, economics, environment, and more.
  15. BC Laws provides free public access to the current laws of British Columbia. This current consolidation of BC Statutes and Regulations is updated continually as new and amended laws come into force, usually within 7 to 14 business days of enactment.
  16. A collection of 1,500 photographs, dating from the late 1890s to 1962, depicting the contributions of immigrants and Indigenous people to B.C. It features significant events and activities, such as the development of Vancouver's Chinatown; the Chinese Canadian contribution to railroad construction in B.C.; South Asian Canadians and the Komagata Maru incident; the fishing industry and Japanese Canadians; the internment of Japanese Canadians during World War II; and the art, lifestyles, and working and living conditions of Indigenous peoples.
  17. Several economics, business, and demographic publications by BC Stats (the British Columbia Statistical Agency).
  18. International documentation of cartographic literature. Contains bibliographic records dating back to 1989. Bibliographic information about older publications can be searched in the printed volumes of the Bibliographia Cartographica (BC).
  19. Art bibliography covering European and American visual arts from late antiquity to the present. Includes records on material published between 1975 - 2007. The database contains records drawn from journals, as well as books, conference proceedings, essays, exhibition catalogues, selected art dealers catalogues, doctoral dissertations and microform publications.
  20. A collection of images, including early explorers' drawings, sketches, paintings and original photography, that records the arts and architecture of the various First Nations of the Pacific Northwest.
  21. Bioline International is a not-for-profit scholarly publishing cooperative providing open access to research journals published in developing countries. These journals contain timely research on public health (tropical medicine, infectious diseases, epidemiology, emerging new diseases), biodiversity, the environment, food and nutritional security, conservation and international development.
  22. Articles covering all areas of biology and medicine. Subscription does not include access to Current Reports.
  23. A selection of HIV/AIDS-related stamps, philatelic materials and ephemera (first day covers, cinderellas, post cards, and telephone cards) collected by Canadian AIDS activist Blair Henshaw.
  24. Nearly 200,000 references relevant to British and Irish archaeology provided by the Council for British Archaeology. Coverage includes both publications from 1940 onwards and earlier bibliographies as far back as 1695AD.
  25. Publications and ephemera by several B.C. fine/private presses, including works by Takao Tanabe (Periwinkle Press), Jim Rimmer (Pie Tree Press & Type Foundry), Jan & Crispin Elsted (Barbarian Press), and many others.
  26. 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.
  27. Search within the Vancouver Public Librarys collection for documents and facts on British Columbian history from August 1998 to present. Includes: book chapters or excerpts; articles in small and local news sources (e.g. magazines, newsletters & newspapers); uncatalogued material and pamphlets.
  28. Postcards that visually and vividly capture a wide array of places, people, events, industries, geographic landmarks, architectural highlights, modes of transportation – all associated with British Columbia. Many date from the "golden age" of postcards, 1900 to 1920, as well as the period from 1920 until World War II. A large percentage contain personal messages useful in documentation.
  29. Interviews with early Burnaby residents focusing on life in the 1930s. Interviews were conducted by Burnaby Village Museum staff and Burnaby Historical Society members, and Simon Fraser University history students.
  30. Presents biographical and publication information for more than 470 women who lived in Canada or wrote about Canada, and authored an English-language book or pamphlet of fiction or poetry that was published before 1940. It includes titles of publications and references to archival resources.
  31. Bibliographic references to articles (not the full-text articles themselves) about the publishing, production, distribution, and selling of Canadian books and magazines from 1935-1985. Entries in English and French.
  32. Fact-checked and up-to-date broad overviews on Canadian history, culture, landscape, and events. Includes: Text articles, videos, images, maps, audio, timelines, and themed collections. Also contains teaching and learning resources for teachers and parents.
  33. Selected publications, documents, and other material from the Canadian Farmworkers Union (CFU) archival collection. Includes: photographs; historical audio recordings of early meetings and interviews; the Farmworker newspaper from 1979-1988 (plus incomplete sets of the India Now and Wangar newspapers); CFU briefs to various government ministries and agencies; an ESL tutor manual and related documents; agenda packages for the first eleven annual conventions; and ephemeral items.
  34. Bibliographical information (including: periodical title, author, volume/issue number, pages) for articles about various aspects of music in Canada, published in Canadian music journals, newsletters and magazines from the late 19th century to present. Significant articles about international artists since 1999 are also indexed.
  35. Descriptions of archival collections related to the history of secular English-language book publishing in Canada, including records of publishing companies, authors, editors, and organizations. Not all indexed collections are digitized and available online. Finding aids for these records are available for research use at the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing, SFU Vancouver.
  36. Publications from 1600 to 1920 about Canada, or written and published by Canadians.
  37. Canadian case law and statutes. Includes federal, provincial, and territorial material.
  38. Full text access to the correspondence of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle, influential figures in Victorian culture and thought, from 1812 - 1881.
  39. Datasets collected every 5 years and a wide range of analysis, data, reference and geographical information about Canada from 1996 - present. Topics covered depend on the specific census, but may include: aboriginal peoples; age and sex; education; labour; population.
  40. Publications and presentations about the practice and application of Canadian geomorphology. Covers the fields of aeolian, applied, coastal, fluvial, glacial, hillslope, karst, periglacial, permafrost, and offshore geomorphology. Updated only through 2014.
  41. Selected readings from medieval literature, in six audio/mpeg files. Includes the General Prologue to Canterbury Tales, Sir Gawayn and the Grene Knight, The Wanderer - The Battle of Maldon, and Troilus and Cressida.
  42. Records dating from 1876 to 1956 that focus on the activities of the Chinese Freemasons of Canada, particularly in Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia. Founded in Victoria in 1876, the Cheekungtong (or Chinese Freemasons) functioned as an unofficial organization to maintain order in the Chinese communities and assist members in need. Written 90% in Chinese and 10% in English, these records reflect their activities supporting Chinese communities in Canada; the lives and concerns of their members in British Columbia; and their ties with China.
  43. ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 43 million structures from hundreds of data sources.
  44. Reports, issue papers, recommendations and more from the CCICED since 1993. Topics included (but not limited to) are: ecosystem management and green development; energy, environment and development; China's sustainable urbanization, and creation of a well-off society.
  45. Chinese-language documents dating from 1884 to 1922 and focusing on the history of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA). Founded in Victoria, British Columbia in 1884, the CCBA was the oldest association of its kind in North America and advocated for an inclusive society, and for individual and group rights for people of Chinese origin. Documents delineate the history of the association, recount its protests against discrimination, and record the history of institutions such as Victoria's Chinese Hospital.
  46. Published in Vancouver, British Columbia daily from 1914 to 1992, the Chinese Times covered both local information and news about China and Asia generally. As the longest-running newspaper in the largest Chinese community in Canada, it was uniquely situated to reflect the adaptation of immigrants to Canada. This collection contains issues dating from 1915-1992.
  47. Directory of Chinese immigrants to Canada who paid the CHRP Head Tax.
  48. Publications dating from 1898 to 1910 and relating to Chinese immigration to Canada in the late 19th and early 20th century.
  49. This collection brings together archival material and publications that relate to Japanese Canadians in 20th century Canada prior to WWII. Included are publications created by Japanese Canadians: a 1939 directory for Japanese persons living in British Columbia, a 1932 pamphlet elucidating the causes of the Sino-Japanese War, and a 1940 pamphlet published by the Canadian Japanese Association with the intent to promote a more inclusive attitude towards Japanese Canadians. Other material produced by the non-Japanese Canadian community exemplifies the discrimination against the Japanese Canadian population.
  50. In the years following World War I, the Scottish-born Benedictine priest Roderick Andrew MacDonell (1870-1960) was instrumental in bringing hundreds of families from the Hebrides, England, and Northern Ireland to settle in Ontario and Alberta. This collection consists of textual material (correspondence, diaries, notebooks, and scrapbooks) as well as photographs and maps that date from 1906 to 1986. All material is in English, except for a few items in Scots Gaelic.
  51. Japanese studies index with some full text reports and journal articles
  52. A digital library and search engine that focuses on the literature in computer and information science. Provides additional resources such as algorithms, data, metadata, services, techniques, and software that can be used to promote other digital libraries.
  53. Books on the Middle East and North Africa from the William and Gretchen Cleveland Arabic Collection.
  54. Copies of correspondence and other records of the Codrington family pertaining to the West Indies and numerous estates owned by the family throughout the Caribbean region. Records date from 1272 to 1899.
  55. Repository of self-archived papers on cognitive science (including the disciplines of psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, computer science, philosophy, biology, medicine, and anthropology. Coverage: 1950-2017
  56. An extensive collection of bibliographies of literature in computer science from various sources. The bibliographies have been grouped into subject areas, including artificial intelligence, operating systems, software engineering, and database research. Materials indexed include journal articles, conference papers, and technical reports. The bibliographies are formatted in BibTeX.
  57. A publicly accessible digital archive of research materials related to health and social welfare, with an emphasis on housing, gender, aboriginal issues, HIV and mental health. Most of the material is produced by community organizations, community-based researchers, or government agencies, and includes (but is not limited to): newsletters, annual reports, research reports, community-based project proposals, informational pamphlets, posters, brochures, artwork, training manuals, conference papers, and government publications.
  58. In-depth analysis and policy recommendations on development in agriculture, the role of the state, transition economies, and labor to infrastructure, health, the environment, and poverty.
  59. A sub-section of, CoRR is a fulltext repository of self-archived e-papers in Computing Science. 40 categories listed.
  60. Bibliographic references to manuscripts within the SFU Library's Special Collections and Rare Books division, including material by Bill Bissett, Anne Cameron, Betty Lambert, Ezra Pound; Open letter (a scholarly magazine edited by Frank Davey); the papers of the late bpNichol; and archival material from Talonbooks.
  61. Searchable list of all legislation (Acts, Regulation & Bills), and other government publications, documents, brochures, and pamphlets. FOR FULL TEXT: Use the library catalogue or the Canadian Research Index (
  62. Journal and conference proceeding publications in the field of computer aided architectural design. Many articles available in full-text; some records only provide article information (including abstracts).
  63. Holds the proceedings of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Includes judgments, summaries of decisions, press releases and other information about the court.
  64. Bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields. References are drawn from core journals that are fully indexed, non-core journals from which articles are selected that have statistical content, proceedings and edited books, and other sources.
    Access to the Current Index to Statistics (CIS) became open to the public effective January 1, 2017. CIS will remain open until December 31, 2019 and at that time will be shut down.
  65. Database collecting documentation of digital installation art. Includes computer animation, interactive art, net art, transgenic art, sound installation, bio art, and more.
  66. Structural information on all of the Zeolite Framework Types that have been approved by the Structure Commission of the International Zeolite Association (IZA-SC).
  67. DBLP is a database of citations from a selection of major computing science journals and proceedings. Records are harvested from the tables of contents of complete proceedings or journal volumes. User-friendly interface.
  68. Introductory information about indigenous and settler Canadian historical figures. Short- to medium-length narrative histories with reference lists, written by subject experts. Periods of death covered from 1000 2000 CE, but entries for deaths after 1930 may not all be online.
  69. Academic peer-reviewed books, the Directory of Open Access Books is a service of the OAPEN Foundation. The OAPEN Foundation is an international initiative dedicated to Open Access monograph publishing, based at the National Library in The Hague. Terms of Use or Conditions of Use are available for each e-book at the publisher's website.
  70. An index to high quality, peer reviewed open access research journals, periodicals and their articles' metadata.  Each journal must exercise peer-review with an editor and an editorial board or editorial review (particularly in the Humanities) carried out by at least two editors and/or report primary results of research or overviews of research results to a scholarly community.
  71. Photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, and other primary sources that document the history of women in the United States.
  72. At the end of the 20th century, during a period of intense political persecution, thousands of Doukhobors -- a religious group originating in the Ukraine -- emigrated to Canada. James Mavor (1854-1925), a political economist, teacher and writer, was instrumental in facilitating the Doukhobor migration. This collection contains printed materials (some in Russian), including pamphlets and articles on the Doukhobors; photographs of Doukhobor settlements in Canada; and Mavor's own notes and reports.
  73. A collection of manuscripts, photographs, books and book chapters, journals, magazine articles, financial documents and interviews dating from 1898 to 1975 that focuses on the settlement in Canada of Doukhobors fleeing religious persecution in their native Ukraine. Many items in Russian are accompanied by complete English-language translations; other items, including publications from the Doukhobor community and photographs with Russian inscriptions, are not translated.
  74. Open-access digital repository covering visual arts in Canada and especially Quebec. Includes essays, articles, books and magazines as well as images, audio and video works. Also provides access to Artexe's cataloge for their print collection, housed on-site in Quebec.
  75. Reports of various ecological projects within British Columbia. Associated data and map files are included whenever possible. Covers diverse subjects such as water quality and water quantity, reservoirs, floodplain mapping, groundwater, fish and fish habitat, wildlife and wildlife habitat, terrestrial information, soils, and vegetation.
  76. Sample essays on a wide range of topics. Can be used to help spark new ideas, craft a better thesis, and overcome writer's block.
  77. Current research and policy documents on international development issues.
  78. A Full-text archive of the most important mathematical publications: selection, access, and indexing in a database, taken from the "Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik (1868 - 1943)".
  79. A comprehensive Education database, covering education research and practice. Includes journal articles, conference papers, curriculum guides, lesson plans, theses and dissertations and more. *Open access*
  80. Comprehensive access to the laws of the European Union law and other related public documents. Includes access to the Official Journal of the European Union.
  81. Official reports and documents published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
  82. Data related to food and agriculture around the world, provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
  83. Transcripts of interviews with scholars, researchers, and university professors, as well as artists, filmmakers, and creators. Figure/Ground is an open-source, para-academic, inter-disciplinary collaboration.
  84. References articles in film and television journals and magazines.
  85. Proposed standards and discussion papers of the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
  86. Public notices and announcements by First Nation governments, federal & other level of governments, corporations and others. Focuses on First Nation legislation, including First Nation laws, by-laws, land codes, and more.
  87. Contains bibliographic information about the published and unpublished literature relating to fisheries, aquatic sciences and nautical sciences.
  88. An overlay of, a digital library of research articles in physics, mathematics, computer science, and quantitative biology.
  89. Lists of bibliographic references to complete biographies or critical essays about over 130,000 authors and over 140,000 titles, with no links out to the referenced products. Search in Gale Literary Sources or Library Search.
  90. Created by La Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Gallica is a large digital library of documents in the French language, which offers over a million documents, such as books, manuscripts, maps, images, periodicals, music, scores and sound recordings. You can find a large number of full-text documents, ranging from newspapers, such as Le Figaro from 1854 and Le Petit Parisien, to the manuscripts of letters of Alexandre Dumas, to nautical charts on parchment, to images of old Paris.
  91. This portal gathers together government and legislative documents from the collections of the members of the Association of Parliamentary Libraries in Canada.
  92. Geographically related literature in German, French and English, with more than 60000 entries. Produced by the Department of Geography of Erlangen-Nuremberg University.
  93. Covers Earth Sciences, primarily mining, materials and energy from 1865 to present. Includes: Bibliographic information, abstracts, plain language summaries, and links to online articles, Geographical Survey Canada publications, National Atlas maps, topographic maps, remote sensing publications, external publications by NRCan scientists and researchers, and other information regarding NRCan programs.
  94. A collection of Earth Sciences Sector geoscience databases that is managed and accessed by a series of Information Services (GDRIS). From Earth Sciences Sector and Natural Resources Canada.
  95. A collection of documents and images focusing on German settlement in Canada, particularly in the province of Alberta. The selection of print resources found here is about 50% in German and 50% in English.
  96. Publications by researchers affiliated with the Simon Fraser University Gerontology Research Centre. This collection is a companion to the SFU Library's Summit Institutional Repository's Simon Fraser University Gerontology Research Centre series of documents and other scholarly research from researchers in the GRC.
  97. Provides information regarding complete and ongoing genome projects around the world.
  98. Contains official publications put out by the Government of Canada, covering a wide range of topics and formats. Most electronic resources are freely available, and there are searchable indexes for printed resources.
  99. Scholarly literature, general interest titles, government documents and reports on the relationship between human beings and the environment. Topics include global warming, recycling, alternate fuel sources and beyond. Use Citation Finder to locate the items.
  100. Open access e-books from the American Historical Association and Columbia University Press.
  101. Books, journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers on Latin America in the social sciences and humanities.
  102. Photographs from Harrison Brown, a freelance journalist who wrote for several newspapers between the World Wars and worked as a broadcaster for the BBC before moving to Hornby Island, British Columbia in 1937. He took over 600 photographs during an extensive trip through Scandinavia, the USSR, Japan, Korea, and China in 1936-37. This collection features some of the photographs Brown took in China.
  103. Photographs, articles, a manuscript and other documents relating to journalist Harrison Brown's trip to China in 1936-37 and 'The Sian (or Xi'an) Incident'. Includes 137 photographs, Brown's 22-chapter manuscript "On the Trail of a Freelance", and his original hand-written journal pages.
  104. Common chemical and physical properties, environmental fate properties, and chemical safety and handling information. Peer-reviewed toxicology data for more than 5,000 chemicals.
  105. Bibliography on the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use
  106. Private papers, government records, and other primary sources documenting the history of Canada from the 1600s to the mid-1900s.
    SFU users can access an authenticated version of this database for an advertising-free version of this database.
  107. Hindawi publishes peer-reviewed, open access journals across many areas of science, technology, and medicine, as well as several areas of social science. Hindawi’s journals are indexed in the leading abstracting and indexing databases, including the Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, INSPEC, Mathematical Reviews, and Chemical Abstracts.
  108. Online print material and images delineating the handover of Hong Kong's sovereignty in 1997. Includes books, academic papers, original art works, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, ephemeral materials documenting the handover ceremony, photographs, and government documents. About 60% is in English and 40% is in Chinese.
  109. Project titles, abstracts, and funding information for all International Development Research Centre projects since 1970.
  110. Access to the International Monetary Fund's statistical databases, including International Financial Statistics, Balance of Payment, Government Finance Statistics, and Direction of Trade Statistics.
  111. The Index to Art in Canada to 1930 provides an index to works of art listed in Canadian exhibition, auction and collection catalogues, from 1823 (the date of the earliest catalogue so far identified) up to and including 1930.
  112. Bibliographic information (title, publication location, number of pages) about books translated and published (1979 - present) in about 100 UNESCO member states. Topics covered: literature, social and human sciences, natural and exact sciences, art, history, popular reading etc.
  113. A selection of interviews conducted with early Indian immigrants to Canada, almost all of them British Columbians, in 53 audio files. The interviews cover reasons for and regulation of their immigration to Canada; work and living experiences once in Canada; labour, legal and political issues that affected the immigrants; relations with other racial and ethnic groups; family life and adjustment to Canadian society; and ongoing links to their country of origin. Almost all interviews are in Punjabi, with a few in English and Hindi.
  114. Published monthly since 1948, International Financial Statistics (IFS) is the International Monetary Funds principal statistical publication and is the standard source for all aspects of international and domestic finance. This resource is updated frequently. Use IFS (on CD) at the Bennett Standalone computer for advanced queries for coverage from 1948-2016.
  115. Datasets from over 60 surveys on Canadian culture, politics, and society, covering up to 2017.
  116. Polls, public opinion and research information on international topics including politics, technology, health, finance, consumer products and consumer trends.
  117. IsisCB Explore is a research tool for the history of science, whose core dataset comes from bibliographical citations in the Isis Bibliography of the History of Science. The IsisCB currently contains 40 years of citation data from 1974 to 2014.
  118. A collection of books, newspapers and government documents focusing on the history and culture of Italian Canadians. Items are written in English, French and Italian.
  119. Interviews collected in the 1970s and 1980s documenting the experiences of Italian women who immigrated to Canada throughout the first three quarters of the twentieth century. Approximately 100 hours of interviews, with 60% in English and 40% in Italian. See the Italian Canadian Photographs Collection for a selection of archival images from the period.
  120. A collection of archival images dating from 1950 to 1975 celebrating the contributions of Italian women immigrants to Canadian history and culture. Some items with text are in English, others are in Italian.
  121. Interviews with Japanese Canadians on topics ranging from early immigration; their participation in pre-World War II industries including fishing, farming, and the lumber industries; and their internment during World War II. The majority of audio files are in English, but some are in Japanese.
  122. Documents related to the EU Justice and Home Affairs council (JHA). Materials date back to 1976 when the Trevi Group, an intergovernmental cooperation which preceded the JHA, was formed.
  123. 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.
  124. An aggregated "master list" of multiple passenger lists associated with the Komagata Maru. Each passenger has detailed biographical information from the official SS Komagata Maru Manifest to particulars surrounding their involvement in the Budge Budge Riot. The data in this collection, along with copies of the original ship's manifest and links to related documents, is also available on the Komagata Maru: Continuing the Jouney website.
  125. Open access to over 100 000 texts and audio, photographs and videos about the social sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean from the Consejo Latinamericano de Ciensas Sociales (CLASCO).
  126. Bibliographic information, annotations, and samples of covers, text, and illustrations from first and rare editions of 18th and 19th century English Lake District travel and landscape books.
  127. Canadian federal government bills, including the text of various versions, press releases and backgrounders, legislative summaries from the Parliamentary Research Branch, speeches, votes, coming-into-force information.
  128. Catalogue of BC newspapers (including The Province, The Vancouver Sun, Times-Colonist) from 1991-2007; BC periodical articles selectively indexed from major BC magazines from 1991-2010; and Canadian government documents. No full text access to newspapers, periodicals or all articles, but all BC-related government documents are available in electronic format. Once connected, choose either BC Newspapers or BC Periodicals from the tabs along the top, or stay on the main page to search the BC government documents catalogue.
  129. Complete record of the Canadian House of Commons Hansard (debate transcripts) from 1901 - present. Search within the full text, speaker names, parties and topics of the Hansard, and get links to biographical information about parliamentarians, including party, gender, constituency demographic profiles and election outcomes.
  130. Posters and handbills created largely by the Atelier Populaire during the student protests in France in May 1968. Each day during the uprising members of the Atelier Populaire would meet to discuss the day's events and coordinate a message for the following day via posters, a form of wall newspaper.
  131. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine, provides access to abstracts and articles on biomedical research. Use this version if you are an alumni or extramural borrower or external user accessing this database from home. No login required.
  132. Descriptions of archival materials preserved in archives and repositories across BC, with links to digitized materials where available; includes in-person access information.
  133. Dictionary of Middle English; bibliography of Middle English references cited in the dictionary; 146 full text volumes of Middle English prose and poetry.
  134. Newspapers, interviews, photographs, print and material culture documenting first-hand accounts of first generation immigrants and their early experiences in Canada.
  135. Print materials (books, pamphlets, etc.) and video relating to multiculturalism and ethnicity generally, as well as to specific ethnic groups within Canada, including: African, Armenian, Chinese, Croatian, Doukhobor, Dutch, French, Finnish, Japanese, Jewish, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Mennonite, Pakistani, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Ukrainian.
  136. Bibliographic information and abstracts of health-related articles, reports, surveys, and other resource documents on the health and health care of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Canadian First Nations.
  137. Covers all aspects of criminal justice, including law enforcement, crime prevention and security, and juvenile justice. Includes journal articles, books, research reports, government reports, and unpublished research. Alumni and external users may use this version.
  138. Database of recent Canadian collective agreements.
  139. A free repository of software for scientific computing comprising a large number of separate programs and libraries. Most of the code is written in C and Fortran, with some programs in other languages. Of interest to the numerical, scientific computing, and other communities,
  140. Research, policy and program materials relating to Indigenous involvement with the criminal justice system in the U.S., Canada and Greenland. Many materials are related to community-based initiatives and programs designed to address Indigenous conflict with the law, and there are also listings for documents in related areas, including health and welfare, drug and alcohol use, jurisdictional issues and education. Records were added to this database between approximately 1985 to 1994.
  141. Bibliographic information and short plot summaries of novels published from 1851-2000. Excludes children's and young adult fiction.
  142. Records for web-based theses and dissertations with links back to the full text. Record metadata is collected from universities world-wide. NDLTD stands for "The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations".
  143. Provides access to aerospace-related citations, full-text online documents, images, and videos. Includes conference papers, journal articles, meeting papers, patents, research reports, images, movies, and technical videos. All created or funded by NASA. Full text documents are free but must be requested through the NASA STI Order Form.
  144. The OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks) Library contains freely accessible peer-reviewed academic books mainly in the areas of the humanities and social sciences.
  145. Links to freely available books and periodicals on the web.
  146. Open access graduate theses and dissertations published around the world from colleges, universities, and research institutions.
  147. Open access books, journals, reports, and other research documents from the World Bank.
  148. Open-access, peer-reviewed journals across the humanities disciplines, including: classics, modern languages and cultures, philosophy, theology and history, to political theory, sociology, anthropology, film and new media studies, and digital humanities.
  149. A growing collection of free, peer-reviewed, and openly-licensed textbooks. A joint collaboration between BC Campus and the University of Minnesota.
  150. A open-access index to historic and contemporary dissertations and theses primarily in the United States but also from select institutions from around the world. Some citations include links to the full text when available.
  151. Canadian local histories about places, ethnic groups, cultural phenomena, and organizations. Topics include Acadian migration to the Maritimes, Métis heroes, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Irish settlement at Grosse Isle, and more.
  152. Provides a single access point to the records for books, periodicals, and other items housed in the collections of most public and post-secondary libraries in British Columbia.
  153. 4,500 selected images from the photograph collection of the weekly Vancouver labour newspaper Pacific Tribune. The images cover a twenty-year span, from 1972 to 1992, which was one of the most active periods in British Columbia's labour history. Also included are images from other social movements, including rallies and campaigns for human rights and the internationally recognized Vancouver walks for peace during the mid-1980s.
  154. Scans of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and early printed books, with associated bibliographic references and scholarly annotations.
  155. Purchasing power parity and national income accounts converted to international prices, covers 190 countries for some or all of the years 1950-2000. The WRDS interface offers more background information, but fewer download options than CHASS (this one).
  156. Indexes French language social science and science journals published in France.
  157. Information about colleges & universities, admissions, scholarships, test preparation (e.g. SATs) and more. Focuses on the educational institutions in North America.
  158. Postcards collected by Philip Francis that visually capture a wide array of places, people, events, industries, geographic and architectural landmarks, and modes of transportation associated with British Columbia. Many are from the "golden age" of postcards, 1900 to 1920, and publishers include Vancouver's Thompson Stationery Co. and Warwick Brothers & Rutter, the first Canadian company to produce Canadian-made colour postcards. A large percentage contain personal messages.
  159. Provides articles covering topics related to science, technology and medicine.
  160. Comparative information on political finance regulations, including bans and limits on private income, public funding, regulations and spending and reporting, and oversight and sanctions of over 180 countries.
  161. World-wide articles, books, reports, theses, and newspaper articles on population, family planning and related health issues.
  162. An annotated bibliography on population topics covering books, journal articles, working papers, and other material. Produced by the Office of Population Research, Princeton University.
  163. Reviews of books in psychology and the social sciences, as well as professional videos and popular films from a psychological perspective. Publication ended in Fall 2017.
  164. Articles on the core topics of the agricultural sciences including nutrition, food safety, food quality, animal and crop production and protection, natural resources, sustainable agricultural systems, rural development, agricultural economic and policy issues, agricultural imports and exports, agricultural statistics, extramural research, and extension education.
  165. Articles from biomedical and life sciences.
  166. Specifically searches for articles about dietary supplements and related topics including, vitamin, mineral, phytochemical, ergogenic, botanical, and herbal supplements in human nutrition and animal models.
  167. Video interviews chronicling the experiences of older lesbian-gay-bisexual-transfolk conducted as part of a project called "Stories of Older Queers: Videography and Archives of Queer Elder Experiences."
  168. Physics preprints on quantitative biology.
  169. A directory for the film, video, internet and digital production industry in Western Canada.
  170. Research reports, books, articles, and audiovisual materials on physical, mental and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment and other issues related to people with disabilities.
  171. The ArtBase is Rhizome's archive of digital art and new media, freely accessible to the public online. It preserves works of net art that were deemed to be "of potential historical significance." Encompassing projects from artists all over the world, the ArtBase archives work which employ materials such as software, code, websites, moving images, games, and browsers.
  172. More than 800 colour slides and black-and-white prints, with corresponding photography logbook, created by Richard (Dick) Harwood Chambers (1922-1999), a prominent member of the Vancouver mountaineering community from the 1940s through the 1960s. Chambers' photographs date from about 1947 to 1967, roughly the years he was active in the BC Mountaineering Club. Some of these photos are the first, or very early, photos of what were then extremely remote parts of the Coast Mountains, while others document summer camps in more commonly visited parts of the Canadian Rockies and Selkirk Mountains and weekend climbs in southwestern B.C.
  173. Robin Blaser poetry readings, lectures and interviews. Blaser (1925-2009) joined SFU in 1966 and taught in the Departments of English and Fine Arts until taking early retirement in 1986. He received the Order of Canada in 2005 and Griffin Poetry prizes in 2006 and 2008. Further material by and about Robin Blaser is available at Simon Fraser University Library Special Collections and Rare Books.
  174. Documents related to rodeos across Western Canada and the role they played in building communities in the west. These materials are primarily from the first half of the 20th century and include rodeo programs, newspaper articles, Cowboy Protection Association meeting minutes, oral transcripts, contestant lists for rodeos and archival documents from the Department of Indian Affairs relating to Aboriginal participation in rodeos.
  175. Audiovisual, print, and online resources on social and environmental justice. Materials are made available through CJSF Radio, the First Nations Students Association, Out on Campus, Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group, Sustainable SFU, and the Women's Centre at Simon Fraser University.
  176. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) records selected by Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Transcripts of hearings, research reports, submissions from tribal councils, organizations and interest groups, and more.
  177. Catalogue of books and journals on architecture held at the RIBA library. Materials indexed include: books, journal articles, drawings, photographs and slides, and manuscripts.
  178. A repository of open access journal articles in the field of High-Energy Physics.
  179. Oral histories of Scottish immigrants to British Columbia that were recorded in 2003 and 2004 by SFU's Centre for Scottish Studies.
  180. Search archival holdings of both the SFU Archives and SFU Library's Special Collections and Rare Books. Mostly descriptions of records, with direct access where available.
  181. SFU Clan football team memorabilia donated by Fred Pazarena containing materials gathered by Pazarena and from Gary Conley, Joe Bell, Jim Jordine, Rob McLaren, Clay McEvoy, Glenn Colwell, Mrs. June Davies and the SFU Archives. Contains material from publications including The Peak, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, and BC Sport News.
  182. Original editorial cartoon drawings published in Canada between 1952 and the present. Cartoonists included are: Bob Bierman, Graham Harrop, Bob Krieger, John Larter, Brent Lynch, Dan Murphy, Len Norris, Roy Peterson, Adrian Raeside, Ingrid Rice, Jim Rimmer, and Edd Uluschak.
  183. Audio and video from readings and lectures sponsored by or held at SFU Library.
  184. Searchable catalog for identifying sound effects from the royalty free CDs produced by Sound Ideas. Does not include actual files. To learn about using the listed information to locate a sound effect file on SFU Library Computers or in CD format, see the Finding Sound Effect Files guide.
  185. Directory to expert sources and media spokespersons
  186. Research library practices and policies, from the Association of Research Libraries.
  187. An integrated spectral database system for organic compounds. Includes 6 different types of spectra under a directory of the compounds.
  188. Index of physics journal papers, preprints, e-prints, technical reports, conference papers and theses, comprehensively indexed by the SLAC and DESY libraries since 1974.
  189. Bibliographic and physical location information on research publications about the polar regions, with good representation of the Canadian North (Yukon and Northwest Territories). Diverse subjects covered ranging from science to law and history. Coverage is 1671-2015. For 2016 onward, search Cambridge Libraries Collections.
  190. Open access ebooks and journals covering a range of disciplines, from SpringerOpen.
  191. Encyclopedia articles on philosophy and philosophers.
  192. Data and statistics provided by the Government of Canada, covering the population, resources, economy, society, and culture of Canada. Includes: data tables, statistical analyses and reports, survey methodologies and documentation, and census information
  193. A system for distributing statistical software, datasets, and information by electronic mail, FTP and WWW.
  194. Summit is the Simon Fraser University research repository, a place to bring together selected scholarship and research of SFU and to promote this work to the wider world via Open Access. These selected research outputs include theses, research reports, journal articles, digital images, book chapters, data and other scholarly and teaching related works. These works are open to the world - search or browse the content. No registration is required to read and download the material.
  195. A collection of thirty interviews that documents the experiences and reflections of the community of the Technical University of British Columbia (1999-2002) in Surrey, British Columbia. Each item includes: the audio of the interview with enhanced indexing and the ability to navigate to specific times during the conversation, a metadata tab which provides additional information about the interview and the interviewee, and a third tab with the full transcript.
  196. The Government of Canada's databank of of terms in English, Spanish and French in a wide varietyof fields, such as administration, science, and informatics. Contains definitions, synonyms, acronyms and examples of usage.
  197. Online media resource with news articles and opinion pieces written by academics and researchers who are experts in their field. Covers June 2017 to present.
  198. The Peak, the official Simon Fraser University (SFU) student newspaper, has been published since 1965, when the University was founded on the peak of Burnaby Mountain in Burnaby, British Columbia. It is currently a weekly publication in both print and electronic versions.
  199. Correspondence, newspaper clippings and other materials related to Shirley Petten's landmark ruling on same-sex survivor benefit rights from the BC Worker's Compensation Board in 1992.
  200. Central access point for Canadian theses (Masters and PhD), including free full text of theses since 1998.
  201. A cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas.
  202. Technical reports, books, journal articles, conference proceedings on transportation research. Covers diverse disciplines (ranging from finance, construction to operation) for the modes of highways, transit, railroads, maritime and aviation.
    Partial open access. Some resources are not open access.
  203. Journal articles, books, videos, government documents, and working papers on criminal justice, terrorism, and security.
  204. Print materials, including magazines, newspapers, newsletters, calendar-almanacs, and books, documenting the emergence of a Ukrainian-Canadian culture in Canada. The materials are largely in Ukrainian with some English texts.
  205. Print material published in Canada between 1900 and 1950, focusing on Ukrainian immigration to Canada, particularly during the first wave (1891-1914) and second wave (1919-1939). Includes publications of various Ukrainian-language publishing houses and printing presses, including the Socialist press of the inter-war period.
  206. The United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database is depository of detailed imports and exports statistics from 1962 - present.
  207. Full-text, born-digital UN documents published from 1993 onward, including documents of the Security Council, the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and their subsidiaries, as well as administrative issuances and other documents. ODS does not have the following types of materials: documents issued before 1993 that have not yet been digitized, press releases, sales publications, such as the Yearbook and the Treaty Series, and documents that do not have a UN symbol.
  208. Collection of data relevant for the analysis of world trade, investment and development, compiled by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Coverage includes foreign direct investment; export and import structure by product and by regions of origin and destination; volumes and terms of trade indices; and commodity prices and relevant indices;
  209. A compilation of United Nations and agency statistics, covering economic, social, financial and development topics. In most cases time series are available from 1970 or 1980 and many series are disaggregated to show underlying distributions.
  210. Treaties and international agreements published by the Secretariat since 1946. The UNTS includes the texts of treaties in their authentic language(s), along with translations into English and French, as appropriate. Note: Please ensure that any popup blocking software installed in your browser has been disabled prior to accessing the UNTS.
  211. Information on undergraduate and graduate study programs of universities in Canada.
  212. Posters, images, periodicals, ephemera, and a genealogy documenting the punk rock movement in Vancouver, British Columbia. Includes material relating to the movement's support and promotion of various social political causes, such as the environment, women's rights, and opposition to racism.
  213. Correspondence of early to mid-Victorian British women writers.
  214. A collection of oral history interviews that discuss the migration of the Vietnamese "Boat People" to Canada in 1979 and 1980 and their adaption to Canadian society. It includes hundreds of hours of oral history interviews covering the topics of migration from Vietnam to Canada and life in both countries, as well as adaptation to Canadian society and maintaining links to Vietnamese traditions and religious practices. Approximately 30% of the content is in English and 70% is in Vietnamese.
  215. Canadas national catalogue. Shows published materials held at Library and Archives Canada and in public and academic libraries across Canada. Includes: books, magazines, newspapers, government documents, theses, sound recordings, maps and electronic texts, as well as items in braille and large print.
  216. A collection of digitized images and video featuring the culturally and historically-significant wayang kulit shadow puppets of Indonesia.
  217. Documentary records developed in support of both White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) and U.S. Government positions in a series of mid- to late 20th century court cases relating to WMAT land claims, water rights and other socioeconomic matters.
  218. This statistical database brings together detailed quarterly public sector debt data of selected developing /emerging market countries. Developed by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
  219. Time series data on a variety of topics, produced by The World Bank.
  220. Provides access to more than 600 development indicators, including economic, social, environmental, business, and technology, with time series for 208 countries.
  221. Union catalogue of holdings in over 9,000 libraries around the world.
  222. Trade Policy Reviews published by the World Trade Organization.
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