This site contains many links as well as primary documents. The information is organized by topic and by era.
Pre 1930 Canadian pamphlets on many topics. Primary Documents
Canada's Human Rights History - Primary Sources
Human Rights in Canada: A Historical Perspective - Women's Rights
Peel's Prairie Provinces: An online bibliography of materials related to the development of the Prairies with selected full text
Pursuit of Adventure: The Fur Trade in Canada and the North West Company: From McGill U. Maps, letters (includes transcription of text) and other digital replications of fur trade history.
Repertory of Online Collections of Primary Sources: Specific Topics in Canadian History: Gateway to a variety of primary and secondary source collections focusing on significant events, time periods and topics in Canadian history: maps, photographs, diaries, letters, paintings, posters, newspapers, political cartoons, official documents, oral history, film, audio interviews and recordings, monographs.
This site contains selected television and radio footage from the Archives of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The collection dates back to 1927 and includes news footage and interviews.
This collection of more than 144,000 Canadian newspaper articles includes news stories and editorials that document every aspect of the war.
An online archive of the Canadian war experience, as told through the letters and images of Canadians themselves. The collection includes correspondence, diaries, photographs, postcards, and other miscellaneous items.