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Getting Started in the Library: Finding News Sources

This guide helps students and faculty get started navigating the library's online resources.

Finding News Sources

There are a few ways to search for news items available electronically that are available electronically:

One way is to do a search via the Discovery search. The Discovery Search searches almost everything the library has access to: books and media in the library, journal articles in databases the library subscribes to, and images. Enter your search terms in the quick search box, or for more advanced search options click advanced search:

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From your results list look to the left of the page for Format. Select News and your results will now only include news source.

A second way to search for news sources is to use the Canadian Major Dailies  database. You can find this database on the A-Z Databases page under the letter C.This database searches the major Canadian daily newspapers going back to 1985. Most results will be full text however some results will be a citation only.

 

 

Get Help

Visit the reference desk or schedule an appointment with a reference librarian to discuss your research. See Contact the Library page for details.

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