This link shows all articles. To change the date range, click on "Modify Search" on the top right, and than choose an option under the drop down menu labeled "Date" located under the search bar. For more information on using Factiva, please see our Factiva search guide.
Summaries and indexes of articles in French from 1887 to 1957, L'Évangeline was a major Acadian newspaper. From the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
There are currently few digitized versions of individual historical New Brunswick newspapers available online, however we have several titles on microform. Please see the page on Microform for more information on how to access these resources.
Western Newfoundland's only daily newspaper. Founded in 1900 and still published.
We receive the News/North newspaper in print, but we currently do not have access to their online archive. However, we have back issues in print between 2004 to the present. Some issues are in storage. You can ask a librarian how to access these.
Coverage varies per year. We also have access to Guardian articles from 1997 to the present (delayed one day) through Eureka.cc. (You can access all articles from the Guardian by using Advanced search to add The Guardian as a source, and then pressing "Search" without adding anything in the search box.)
The British Library’s collection of the newspapers, pamphlets, and books gathered by Reverend Charles Burney (1757-1817). Includes material from several countries that were British colonies at the time.
A list of the ProQuest databases that contain primarily newspaper articles. They can be searched individually or together. Includes many major U.S. dallies, with archives going back to the 1800's for some titles.
Known as the People's Daily in English. To access this collection, you need to click on the click here link that appears in the phrase "Please click here to enter if your library/institute subscribes the database...", which appears underneath the newspaper title. We also have the English articles from the People's Daily Online (2010-present).