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Online archive of the Toronto Star now available

A Canadian perspective on the past century
February 11, 2013
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The entire publication run of the Toronto Star newspaper, including editorial and opinion articles, business pages, photos, advertisements, classified ads, political cartoons, obituaries, and birth and marriage notices, can now be searched via the Concordia University Libraries web-based collections.

Toronto Star - Pages of the Past is one of the significant online resources newly acquired with funds made available through Concordia’s Academic Plan for 2011-16 and complements access to current issues through the CPI.Q database.

The new acquisitions is one of the key actions designed to support Concordia's current Academic Plan. The plan's three main priorities are innovative and dynamic undergraduate offerings, graduate student recruitment, and investments in the libraries.

A fully digitized and searchable online database of the Toronto Star
newspaper from 1894 to 2009 - Toronto Star - Pages of the Past - includes full-page reproductions of every page of every Toronto Star issue from 1894 to three years ago. It will be of special interest to researchers in Canadian history, political science, and sociology, as well as to journalism students.

Concordia University Libraries are continually adding new electronic resources to their collections. To stay up-to-date with recent library purchases, check the What’s New section of the Concordia University Libraries web page.

Related links:
•    Toronto Star Pages of the Past
•    What's New at the Libraries 
•    "History of fashion goes online" — NOW, January 17, 2013
•    “World history through newspapers” — NOW, January 29, 2013
•    "A window onto the 19th century" — NOW, February 5, 2013
•    “Eighteenth-century works available online” — NOW, February 18, 2013
•    “A world of research online” — NOW, February 25, 2013 




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