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At Centre Stage...

The Archives will be closed on the following days during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays: [More]

  • Tuesday December 24th (Christmas Eve) – Closing at 5:00
  • Wednesday Dec 25th (Christmas Day) – Closed
  • Thursday Dec 26th (Boxing Day) – Closed
  • Tuesday December 31st (New Year’s Eve) Closing at 5:00
  • Wednesday January 1st (New Year’s Day)

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Ministry of Labour 1919-2019

Explore records from the Archives of Ontario and other institutions that document the history of the Ministry of Labour in this province.

Vital Statistics Records Released

Deyohahá:ge: The Indigenous Knowledge Centre at Six Nations Polytechnic, the Archives Association of Ontario, and the Archives of Ontario invite you to a one-day symposium on October 23, 2019.

Vital Statistics Records Released
Hello, humans! You aren’t the only species in the archives. Flock to our free ANIMALIA: Animals in the Archives onsite exhibit or explore our related online exhibit to discover humans’ changing relationships with other animals and how these species have left their mark on Ontario’s history.
Vital Statistics Records Released

The 1937 marriage and 1947 death registrations are available now on Ancestry.ca . Ancestry.ca now hosts the 1869-1913 births, 1801-1937 marriages and 1869-1947 deaths.
FamilySearch International continues to host the 1869-1912 births, 1869-1927 marriages and 1869-1937 deaths.