Society Webinars

March 7, 2024 7:00 pm ET

Once you finish the big commercial websites for researching your family history, it’s time to dig into the Canadiana and Héritage websites. These free websites contain a wealth of information, books, newspapers, government records, and more for researching your Canadian ancestors.

  • What is Canadiana? Over 41 million pages of primary source documents,
    including Serials (Periodicals, Annuals and Newspapers), Monographs and
    Government Publications.
  • The Héritage Project is a collection of 60 million pages of primary source
    documents dating from the 1600s to the mid-1900s, making some of Canada’s
    most popular archival collections available.
  • This webinar prepares you for visiting these websites.
  • Learn the keywords to use in your search terms and what to search for.

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