Welcome to Pay-Per-View
The OGS Pay-Per-View (PPV) system is a major part of our Keeping and Valuing Ontario’s History Project. Working with OGS branches and other Ontario heritage organizations, we continue to develop a repository of genealogical information about Ontarians in the past.
PPV records are small pieces of information such as a single obituary, or a tombstone inscription, or a page from a register.
All available records have been indexed in one of the following places:
Searching the indexes is free. In order to access information found in the databases you must pay a small fee (see: Where does the Money Go). When you access the record, you may print the item using your Print Screen function or you may save it. Note the copyright restrictions.
Questions? See the FAQs about Pay-Per-View page.
How You Pay for Information in the Databases
You use a Pay-Per-View Account to pay the fee to access information in the databases.