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Search Ontario Archival Holdings Using Archeion

Archeion is an online research tool that provides access to descriptions of archival records held by members of the Archives Association of Ontario. The records themselves are preserved and made accessible via the individual archives. 

Visit the Archeion information page for more information about the service. 

Find an Archive

There are hundreds of archives located across Ontario, all of which hold important and valuable records documenting the history of our province. A list of Ontario archival institutions is available through Archeion. 

WWI Resources

2014-2018 marks 100 years since the period of the First World War. The WW1 Resources page offers researchers a set of links from archives across Ontario to archival records, websites and online projects associated with WW1.

Indigenous Resources
The Towards Truth and Reconciliation and the Indigenous Resources page offer researchers a set of links to reading material about decolonization and to resources about Indigenous communities held in repositories across Ontario.

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