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Library and Archives Canada in 90 seconds - Library and Archives Canada

Jan 12, 2018 ...Library and Archives Canada in 90 seconds Page Content Transcript Video Length: 1:33 (Upbeat music. Image of the Library and Archives Canada buildings in Ottawa and Gatineau) Library and Archives Canada: your documentary heritage lives here. (The following texts of items that can be found at Library and Archives Canada appear:) 22 million books. 250 km

Quarterly Financial Reports - Library and Archives Canada

Aug 15, 2018 ...Quarterly Financial Reports Page Content 2018-19 Library and Archives Canada: Quarterly Financial Report for the Quarter ended June 30, 2018 2017-18 Library and Archives Canada: Quarterly Financial Report for the Quarter ended December 31st, 2017 Library and Archives Canada: Quarterly Financial Report for the Quarter ended September 30, 2017 Library

Information for students - Library and Archives Canada

Aug 7, 2018 ... fellow students the name of a service person Make sure to copy the name of the service person exactly as it appears on the cenotaph or plaque. This will allow you to access the databases of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Veterans Affairs Canada and Library and Archives Canada. Step 2 First World War (1914–1918) Select a digitized file by consulting our

Live Chat on Twitter #AskALibrarian - Library and Archives Canada

Oct 15, 2018 ... technicians and library staff across the country. In recognition of Canadian Library Month and Canadian Library Workers' Day (October 19), Library and Archives Canada is hosting a Twitter Live Chat on Friday, October 19, 2018. This event will allow Canadians to reach out and create a dialogue with some of Library and Archives Canada's very own library professionals

The War of 1812 at Library and Archives Canada - Library and Archives Canada

Mar 14, 2018 ...The War of 1812 at Library and Archives Canada Page Content The 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 is a unique opportunity for all Canadians to take pride in our traditions, and our shared history. The Government of Canada recognizes the War of 1812 as a defining moment in the history of our nation and has big plans to commemorate this event of national

Jews - Library and Archives Canada

Jul 26, 2018 ...Jews Page Content Children of the Ottawa Jewish community on steps of the Old Talmud Torah Hall, George St., Ottawa, Ontario. Source Genealogy and Family History Research at Library and Archives Canada Research in Published Sources Research at Other Institutions and Online Jewish immigrants, primarily from Western Europe, began arriving on North American

May - Library and Archives Canada

Jun 5, 2018 ...May Page Content #OnThisDay ... in Canada's history! On this page, you'll discover significant events that shaped our society. Subscribe to Library and Archives Canada's Facebook and Twitter pages or use the #Canada150 and #OnThisDay hashtags for today-in-history vignettes. Above all, join the conversation as we share 150 years of history, one day at a time

Provinces and territories

Oct 25, 2019 ... by provincial governments, at comparable levels of taxation. Other federations have territories whose administration is different from that of their other federated entities. Such is the case, for instance, in Australia and India. Historical context The territories prior to 1870 Source: Library and Archives Canada Shortly after Confederation in 1867, the Hudson's Bay

Indigenous Knowledge and Access Symposium - Library and Archives Canada

Nov 14, 2018 ...). Sessions run from 8:45 am to 4:10 pm (Atlantic Time) Admission: Free Details: Co-hosted by Dalhousie Libraries, Dalhousie's School of Information Management, and Library and Archives Canada, the event will focus on the work and challenges of documenting and improving access to Indigenous knowledge. The day features a keynote address by Elder Albert Marshall and Dr

Medical Personnel - Library and Archives Canada

Aug 22, 2018 ...Medical Personnel Page Content Was your ancestor a doctor, nurse, coroner or other type of medical worker? Find out what resources might be available relating to their employment. Resources at Library and Archives Canada External links to other institutions Other resources Published sources Resources at Library and Archives Canada Pre-Confederation sources

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