Additions to Canadian Content

The 40 historic Canadian newspapers newly available on include the following nine with more than 5,000 pages.

The Berlin News Recnineord. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, 21,498 pages, 1908–1916.

The Times. Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada, 7,193 pages, 1928–1973.

The Times, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, 8,042 pages, 1895–1915.

Edmonton News-Plaindealer, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 5,292 pages, 1896–1912

The Red Deer News, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, 8,171 pages, 1906–1926.

Nor’-west Farmer, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 18,923 pages, 1919–1990.

The North Shore Press, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 12,313 pages, 1913–1935,

Heimskringla, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 11,109 pages, 1924–1951.

The Representative,  Leduc, Alberta, Canada, 11,984 pages, 1907–1939.

There are updates to many other Canadian newspapers, many editions from 2021. Newspapers with content after the First World War are usually available with the Publisher’s Extra subscription.

Thanks to Gloria Tubman and Ken McKinlay who passed along the information during the OGS Ottawa Branch weekly Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, every Tuesday at 2 pm ET.

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