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How Can I Research a Family From Canada?
Are you searching for sources to find your Canadian roots? Is it a struggle? Here are some places for you to do some research during your genealogy quest:
- Try checking the records at the Library and Archives of Canada if you are having trouble finding information. The library is in Ottawa if you are wishing to visit the actual site. Otherwise, try an Internet search for Library and Archives Canada for more information.
- Do an Internet search for AVITUS, which is the Directory of Canadian Genealogical Resources with links to other sites.
- Try searching the Canadian Archival Information Network (CAIN) online. This network provides the ability for a researcher to search other archives in Canada.
- Searching the genealogy of a family from a particular country is very vast; these two places should help you in your Canadian search.
5/28/2011 10:11:24 PM
i am just realizing i can , maybe , locate my mothers sibling family members who emmigrated to canada from england when she was a small child , she being the youngest by 12 years, it would have been in the early 1900s. say 1906 or so, also to asia/ india/celom ( as it was then)