National Archives of Canada

   
Category: Galleries
Types: Museums, Genealogy, Archives, Genealogical Centres
Region: Ottawa Region
Address: 395 Wellington St, Ottawa
Phone: (613) 996-7458
National Archives of Canada

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Explore and Discover Canada's history. The National Archives is a treasure house of the memory of Canada. We care for and share millions of documents of all kinds: films, maps, diaries, treaties, journals, art, government records, photographs, sound recordings and more Many are of unique value and exceptional beauty. Some are centuries old. All reveal how we have lived in this place called Canada and enable Canadians to better understand the story of their country and of their fellow citizens. Make your visit to the National Archives a memorable one by taking a guided tour of our exhibitions. Offered in English or French, tours are available throughout the year, free of charge, and last approximately one hour. They begin at the registration desk located on the ground floor just inside the main entrance. The Library and Archives of Canada, in cooperation with the Department of Canadian Heritage and other partners, are proud to present this new site on genealogy and family history. The Canadian Genealogy Centre is a single window providing electronic access to genealogical resources in Canada.

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