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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Canada Commons, (formerly Canadian Electronic Library) includes e-books and Canadian public policy papers from Government, NGOs, and Think Tanks. Topics inlclude: Indigenous Peoples, climate change, human rights, health, economics etc.
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The First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario is a subject association for educators teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies, and Native Languages in Ontario, Canada.

Access to the "Members Only" section of this site is available for all current Lakehead University students, staff and faculty. A unique password (NOT your Lakehead username and password) is required to login.
For username and password information send an email to edlib@lakeheadu.ca (Current Faculty of Education students, staff and faculty can also check the "Education Passwords" course site).
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Includes:

Imperial Russian Newspapers
Independent and Revolutionary Mexican Newspapers
Late Qing and Republican-Era Chinese Newspapers
Middle Eastern and North African Newspapers
Southeast Asian Newspapers
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From the list of Ontario cities, choose your desired search city. In most cases - including Orillia - you would do a keyword search in the newspaper index - and then write down the date of publication of the article(s), and visit the local public library to find that article on microfilm/microfiche.
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SciVal provides access to the research performance of over 21,300 research institutions and their associated researchers, from 234 nations worldwide.
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E-Books published in 2022 from Harvard University Press, Princeton University Press, Columbia University Press, University of California Press, and Stanford University Press."
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