Repositories of records in Canada, usually those generated by national, provincial or local government, which may also contain archives deposited by other bodies or individuals.

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Archives Canada
A gateway to archival resources in over 800 repositories across Canada. Searchable catalogue and online exhibits.
Archives of Ontario
Public archives housing provincial records, documents, and artefacts created or accumulated by the government and the private sector. The site is available in English and French and includes online research tools and virtual exhibits.
City of Vancouver Archives
Large database searchable on the Internet, including thousands of scanned photographs. Information about the Archives and its holdings.
Library and Archives Canada
Preserves Canada's archival heritage through a wide variety of means - publications, exhibitions, special events, as well as reference and researcher services.
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management
Public archives housing provincial records, documents and artefacts created or accumulated by the government and the private sector over the last 300 years, in Nova Scotia. Includes online research tools and virtual exhibits.
Prince Edward Island Public Archives and Records Office
PAROacquires, preserves, and makes available for public research the records of the government of PEI, as well as private sector records deemed to be of lasting historical value. Includes online research tools and virtual exhibits.
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Provincial archives housing provincial government and private records of all media in Alberta.
Provincial Archives of Manitoba
Public archives housing provincial records, documents, and artefacts. The site is available in English and French, and includes online research tools, virtual exhibits, and information about the Hudson's Bay Company Archives.
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Collects, preserves and makes available for research, documents and records regarding the history of New Brunswick, Canada. In English or French.
Saskatchewan Archives Board
Established under legislation in 1945 as a joint university-government agency, the archives holds material from local government and those private sources "having a bearing on the history of Saskatchewan."

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