The Archives of Ontario has numerous records relating to Black History in the province. For an introduction to these, explore the online exhibits listed below. There are also educational workshops available to teachers, and a list of a wide variety of resources that are available to researchers.
Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Special Projects interview files, Series C 81-4 - contains records concerning Black Lawyers and Judges Project (2010) and Attorney General and African Canadian Project (2008)
Black Canadian photographs, Series F 1405-5 (part of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario fonds, F 1405)
RG 2-42-0-5331 Colchester South Township, S.S. #11. Request for temporary certificate for Miss Elva Dixon. "This is a colored school for which we cannot get white, certificated teachers."
RG 2-42-0-580 Colchester S.S. #12 (colored school) - certificates for teachers: Rev. Josephus O. Banyoun (or O'Banyoun); Annie Keyes; Mary Griffin; Mrs. R. J. McCormick
RG 2-42-0-5495 Harwich Township, S.S. #9; S.S. #9 1/2 - "people in No. 9 wished to exclude from their school certain colored children." Section 9 1/2 formed, but school closed, leaving children without education
RG 2-42-0-5890 Sandwich, Town of. Request for permit for teacher Miss Ella Gooderich for colored school. Also Tilbury West Township, S.S. #2 - request for permit for teacher Mr. Louis Dorais (able to teach English and French)
RG 17-20 Archives of Ontario historical research files. See file subjects starting with keyword “Blacks”
The Provincial Freeman, Microfilm Reel N 40