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Use these resources to find articles:

  • AMICUS (Canadian National Catalogue)
    AMICUS is a free catalogue listing the holdings of libraries across Canada. As a national catalogue, AMICUS not only shows the published materials held at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) but also those located in over 1300 libraries across Canada. AMICUS contains over 30 million records for books, magazines, newspapers, government documents, theses, sound recordings, maps, electronic texts as well as items in braille and large print.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    One can find full-text articles from dozens of newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals that devote thorough coverage to Canada. It includes a number of prominent publications, such as L'Actualité, Maclean's, and the Toronto Globe & Mail.

    To find Canada-specific information on the "LexisNexis Academic" search page, click on "Sources" in the middle of the left-hand column, then chose "Browse Sources." On the "Browse Sources" page: choose by "News and Business Topics" at top, then filter by "Canada." You'll find more help here.

More detailed help:

All MSU E-Resources in Canadian Studies

This Getting Started Guide is intended to point you to the primary database(s) you need to find articles on this topic. It is not a complete list of sources for any subject. If you do not find what you need please Ask a Librarian, contact the subject specialist in this area: Mike Unsworth, or view other MSU Library Research Guides. To find books, search the MSU Libraries' catalog.


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