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The Atlas of Canada

A Government of Canada resource offering over 6 million aerial photographs, access to the NRCan Library Photo Database, the Canadian Landscapes Photo Collection, free access to Toporama the National Topographic System (NTS) - an easy to use online mapping tool, Map Archives, Reference Maps including international, national and provincial maps as well as basic black and white outline maps.

Canada (Gale In Context)

Multimedia reference content from a Canadian perspective, updated daily.


Canadian Research Knowledge Network collects and digitizes books, newspapers, periodicals, images and nationally significant archival materials" in three databases.


A virtual library of Canadian legal information, including court judgement, tribunal decisions, statutes and regulations from all Canadian jurisdictions. Also provides access to CanLIIDocs and CanLII Connects.

CBC Docs

CBC selection of documentaries and shorts from The Nature of Things, CBC Docs POV, The Passionate Eye and documentary Channel.

Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Contains almost 8,500 biographies of important Canadians. Available in English and French.

Government of Canada: Science and Innovation Resources

Canadian government website offering various resources including science experiments, videos, and an Ask A Scientist subsection

Historica Canada

Provides videos and vignettes of significant events in Canada's history.


Canada's collaborative legal resource.

Library of Parliament

Information on topics relating to the Canadian legislature. Search Current Publications for the most recent content.

National Film Board of Canada

NFB is a Government of Canada agency which produces film and other forms of digital resources for viewing by the public at no charge. NFB contains offers a large collection of documentaries, animation, experimental films, on global issues of concern to Canadians.

Parliament of Canada

Parliament of Canada website offers detailed information on how Canadians govern themselves, how Parliament Works, the Monarch, the Senate, the House of Commons, how laws are made, the history of the Parliament buildings including their art and architecture and also about the Library of Parliament.

Statistics of Canada

Statistics Canada is the national statistics office providing key information on Canada's economy, society and the environment. Census data can also be viewed. Statistical information on various subjects such as business, crime, families and immigration can also be accessed.

Vanier Institute of the Family

A national, charitable organization specializing in "understanding the diversity and complexity of families and family life in Canada." The Vanier Institute is concerned with understanding the effect of social, economic, environmental and cultural factors on families.

Your Legal Rights

Website provides information on a variety of social issues from a legal perspective. Contains a Legal Topics section and an extensive Resource Library