Each province has its own archives separate from Library and Archives Canada. You can find vital, tax and some land records among their holdings. Vital records are called civil registrations
- Canadian census were taken every 10 years beginning in 1851.
- Canada began recording names of immigrants entering from the U.S. in 1908.
- Records are currently available through 1921
- There are no comprehensive passenger lists of immigrants arriving in Canada before 1865.
- From 1865 onward, immigration records include passenger lists and border entry records.
- From 1919 – 1924, immigration records were recorded on indigvidual forms, 30 for border entries, 30A for ocean arrivals.
- Ancestor Hunt – Contains Canadian historical newspapers.
- $ Canadiana – Basic search is free, complete access is on a subscription basis.
- Canadian Headstones
- Genealogie Quebec contains French-Canadian genealogy records.
- Library and Archives Canada – Contains Canadian census records, military and border-entry records
- BC Historical Newspapers
- Reveus et Journaux Quebecois
- Connecting Canadians
- Daniel F. Johnson’s New Brunswich Newspaper Vital Statistics
- Island Newspapers for Prince Edward Island
- Manitobia: Digital Resources for Manitoba’s History
- Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers Online
- Our Future Our Past: Alberta Newspapers
- Peel’s Prairie Provinces