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As the custodian of our distant past and recent history, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is a key resource for all Canadians who wish to gain a better understanding of who they are, individually and collectively. LAC acquires, processes, preserves and provides access to our documentary heritage and serves as the continuing memory of the Government of Canada and its institutions.

The Archives of Ontario collects, manages, and preserves the significant records of Ontario and promotes public access to Ontario’s documentary heritage.

Our customers have access to a unique and multi-faceted collection that includes records dating back to the late 16th century and contains everything from hand-written ledgers to electronic files, hand-drawn maps, architectural drawings, photographs, films and sound recordings.

The Ontario Genealogical Society is the largest organization devoted to research into family history in Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1961 as a non-profit corporation, the Society has grown by 2012 to include 30 local branches covering all of Ontario and four Special Interest Groups.

The Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid is a pointer database consisting of the surnames, cemetery name and location of over 3 Million interments from several thousand cemeteries, cairns, memorials, and cenotaphs in Ontario Canada.

With our collection of billions of records, you can piece together your ancestors’ history and bring their stories to life.​

Automated Genealogy hosts several projects to index Canadian censuses. Over the last several years Library and Archives Canada has digitized their microfilms of the original census forms for several of the Canadian censuses and Automated Genealogy has organized volunteers to produce indices to the people enumerated in these censuses.

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