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All Saints Cemetery - Search Burial Records
All Saints Cemetery - Search Burial Records
Search the database of all graves in the All Saints Cemetery in West St Paul, MB, as maintained by the staff of the Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral (Sts Vladimir and Olga) in Winnipeg, MB, CANADA
 
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and so... Ninette - 1879 - 1919
and so... Ninette - 1879 - 1919
A book published as a way to record the early history of the town of Ninette largely as a chronicle of events while identifying the families and individuals who played key roles in town life and beyond. It contains many stories which name the townspeople involved, providing much colour and detail about the lives lived in the area. Dedicated to…
 
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Behind the Surname (Ukrainian)
Behind the Surname (Ukrainian)
Behind the Surname is a website for learning about all aspects of surnames. Its scope is broad: all surnames from all cultures and periods are eligible to be included in the main name database. There are currently several thousand names in the database (and additionally tens of thousands in the submitted name database), a fraction of what the…
 
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Canada at Scale: Maps of our History
Canada at Scale: Maps of our History
An exhibition held at the National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, until February 21, 2000

"There will come an age in the far-off years when Ocean shall unloose the bonds of things, and disclose new worlds..."

Cartographers of 500 years ago often cited this passage by the philosopher Seneca (4 BC - 65 AD). In the…
 
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Dominion Land Survey (Wikipedia)
Dominion Land Survey (Wikipedia)
The Dominion Land Survey (DLS; French: arpentage des terres fédérales, ATF) is the method used to divide most of Western Canada into one-square-mile (2.6 km2) sections for agricultural and other purposes. It is based on the layout of the Public Land Survey System used in the United States, but has several differences. The DLS is the dominant…
 
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Engine of Immortaility: Historic Milestones
Engine of Immortaility: Historic Milestones
Various dates in the history of Canada have been immortalized on the front pages of Canadian daily newspapers and in several special issues created for the events. People are often surprised to discover that an occurrence which now has great significance in the development of the Canadian identity deserved only a brief mention on an inside page of…
 
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Facebook group - Winnipeg Beach Historical Society
Facebook group - Winnipeg Beach Historical Society
A place to discuss, celebrate and record the history of the town of Winnipeg Beach.
 
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Finding Historic (and other) Places in Manitoba
Finding Historic (and other) Places in Manitoba
By Section Township and Range and/or By Numbered Grid Roads; Based on Manitoba Sectional Maps
 
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Gazette St-Claude / St-Claude Gazette / La Gazette (St-Claude et Haywood)
Gazette St-Claude / St-Claude Gazette / La Gazette (St-Claude et Haywood)
La Gazette St-Claude (Saint-Claude) est publiée pour la première fois en mars 1967. La revue hebdomataire est publiée par la Chambre de Commerce de Saint-Claude et District (RM of Grey). En juin 1967, elle est renommée Gazette Saint Claude et en janvier 1968, St-Claude Gazette. Maintenant, la revue se nomme La Gazette et elle est publiée à…
 
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Geographical (place) names in Canada
Geographical (place) names in Canada
Resources at Natural Resources Canada

Access the Canadian Geographical (place) Names Database, find guidelines for proposing a geographical name, and learn about geographical terms and the origins of Canadian place names.
 
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Images of Manitoba Maps through the years
Images of Manitoba Maps through the years
"Maps are the graphic records of the influence which geography has exerted upon the course of history, of the progress of exploration and settlement, of the evolution of present day political boundaries; and not rarely they contribute new knowledge where other records are wanting and settle questions which without them would remain in doubt."…
 
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Immigration Documents
Immigration Documents
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada holds immigration records, up to and including 1935 for arrivals at ocean and border ports. There are no comprehensive nominal lists of immigrants arriving in Canada before…
 
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Land Records
Land Records
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Before Confederation in 1867, Canada consisted of several British colonies: Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Canadas (present-day Quebec and Ontario).

The British North America Act of 1867 established Crown Lands as a provincial responsibility. Only land petitions for Upper…
 
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Legal Land Description Convertor
Legal Land Description Convertor
Find land in Western Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba) subdivided by the Dominion Land Survey (DLS) and the Alberta Township System (ATS). Legal Land Description to and from Latitude and Longitude, GPS; also from DLS to UTM, NTS & MGRS. Locate farms, forest, fields, acreages, oil and gas wells, leases, Legal Subdivisions…
 
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Manitoba Historical Society - Digital History Books
Manitoba Historical Society - Digital History Books
The books were published by the Manitoba Historical Society, its affiliates, supporters, and donors, or are in the public domain. They are made available here as a free, public service. All are in Adobe PDF format, for which you will require Acrobat Reader, a free download from the Adobe web site.
 
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Manitoba Historical Society - Rural Municipalities of Southern Manitoba
Manitoba Historical Society - Rural Municipalities of Southern Manitoba
Manitoba’s Municipal History: Rural Municipalities and Local Government Districts; Click the map for information about a particular rural municipality.
 
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Manitoba Historical Society - War Memorials in Manitoba
Manitoba Historical Society - War Memorials in Manitoba
The Manitoba Historical Society has developed a comprehensive inventory of monuments around Manitoba, including many relating to commemoration of our war dead. They are categorized as follows: Cairns, Cenotaphs, Obelisks, Plaques, Statues, Soldiers, and Tablets
 
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Manitoba War Memorials and Cenotaphs
Manitoba War Memorials and Cenotaphs
A collection of images of War Memorials and Cenotaphs in Manitoba
 
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Map of Canada by Dioceses
Map of Canada by Dioceses
Showing Indian Boarding Schools also Missions to Indian and Eskimo. (19--)
Residential
 
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Maps, Charts and Architectural Plans Collection
Maps, Charts and Architectural Plans Collection
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

This search guide will help you search, order, consult and research our maps, charts and architectural plans. There are 5 separate databases.
 
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Newspaper Collection (LAC)
Newspaper Collection (LAC)
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada collects print copies of select Canadian current daily newspapers, all Canadian ethnic newspapers, all Canadian aboriginal newspapers, and student newspapers received from Canadian University Press. The Newspaper Collection also contains international newspapers.

All print…
 
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Newspaper Search (U of MB)
Newspaper Search (U of MB)
Providing access to archives of many newspapers published in Manitoba through the years, most notably 90+ years of editions of the Winnipeg Tribune
 
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Ottawa Region Cemeteries
Ottawa Region Cemeteries
Thanks to the great work of Cliff Seibel, Ottawa Branch Cemeteries Coordinator, we proudly present an interactive map of cemeteries in eastern Ontario. You may need to click on the Map Legend (top left of map) and select the county/counties of interest.
 
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Residential Schoools in Canada - Education Guide
Residential Schoools in Canada - Education Guide
Residential schools were government-sponsored religious schools established to assimilate Indigenous children into Euro-Canadian society. Successive Canadian governments used legislation to strip Indigenous peoples of basic human and legal rights, dignity and integrity, and to gain control over the peoples, their lands and natural rights and…
 
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Sources Relating to Units of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Sources Relating to Units of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada holds multiple records and files for the First World War (1914–1918), mostly for the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF). It is necessary to consider all of these records together in order to fully understand the Canadian contribution to this war. The Guide to Sources…
 
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The Atlas of Canada
The Atlas of Canada
A key source of geographic information, the Atlas provides a selection of interactive and historical maps and geographical data available for reference or downloading
 
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Voters lists, 1935 to 1988
Voters lists, 1935 to 1988
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada holds federal voters lists of the Office of the Electoral Officer for Canada (RG 113) from 1935 to 1988. The voters lists are arranged alphabetically by the name of the electoral district within each province and territory. Within the electoral districts the lists are further…
 
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War Graves
War Graves
Resources at Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada holds records related to the burial of service personnel from both the First and Second World War grouped into one series: Accession RG 150, 1992-93/314.
 
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“Dit” Names in French Canada
“Dit” Names in French Canada
This tradition of “dit” names started in France with the military. New recruits would often be given nicknames or noms de guerre (literally translated as “war names”). They would be identified via their first name, surname and nom de guerre. The recruit sometimes chose their own name and sometimes it was assigned to him by his captain.…