Many Web sites regularly undergo upgrading, and some fall into a state of neglect and become orphaned. The material that exists on the following sites is current and reliable.
In Canada every province and major city has its own library and archives Web sites. Look into Canadian university and college Web sites which contain information from their libraries, archives, and presses that often engage in digitization projects.
Also search out museums, historic sites, genealogy associations, historical societies, and re-enactment groups for historical information. Use your search engine and enter terms such as Saskatchewan Provincial Archives or Bibliothèque de Montréal to obtain the proper URL. Use your terms of interest (such as 19th century costume) to seek out relevant sites.
Choose Web sites that have affiliations to organizations or recognized researchers. An organization will have its name up-front, and a recognized researcher will have his/her credentials/experience listed. If there are articles of value to you, look for the references for the information used in the article.
Remember to keep track of your personal Web resources. It reduces the frustration when later you look at your project and can't recall where the information came from.
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Alberta Heritage Digitization Project: Our Future, Our Past
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales Québec Select Collection numérique
British Columbia International Digital Library
Champlain Society. Canadian exploration over three centuries and more.
Railway Accidents in the Ottawa Area
Hudson's Bay Company Archives (HBCA), Archives of Manitoba.
In Pursuit of Adventure: The Fur Trade in Canada and the North West Company
Société d’histoire de Lachine, Québec
Genealogy Centre, Library and Archives Canada
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites , large resource base
Ontario Genealogical Society
Quebec Family History Society
Société de généalogie canadienne française
Vankleek Hill Genealogy (under development 2012)
World Vital Records
Atlas of Canada, Natural Resources Canada. Telling Canada’s history with map.
Toponymie du Québec: Banque des noms de lieux du Québec
Bank of place names in Québec
Glengarry Historical Society
Lowertown: Evolution of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Neighbourhood
Library and Archives Canada
Manitobia: Manitoba History
Maritime History Archive, Memorial University
McGill University Digital Collections
Organization of Military Museums of Canada
Canadian Military History Gateway, Canadian collection military resources
Canadian War Museum
Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces
Museums: some of our friends and partners
Argenteuil Regional Museum, Carillon, Québec
Cumberland Heritage Village
Dufferin County Museums and Archives
Glengarry Pioneer Museum, Dunvegan
L’Orignal, the Old Jail
Maison Macdonell-Williamson House, Chute-à-Blondeau, Ontario
Nor'Westers and Loyalist Museum
Canadian Museum of History, Hull
National Film Board
National Gallery of Canada, Connect to Cybermuse.
Google News Historical Archives Search
Vankleek Hill Review, subscribe to historical archives
The Glengarry News, Alexandria
Cornwall Standard Freeholder
Archives of Ontario
Ontario Heritage Trust
Our Roots / Nos racines, digitized and searchable Canadian local histories.
Peel’s Prairie Provinces, western Canadian history & culture of the Prairies
University of British Columbia, unique Canadian collections