Research Databases

Canadian Reference Centre (EBSCO)

Description Cancelled May 31, 2016

Canadian Reference Centre combines Canadian magazines, newspapers, newswires and reference books to create the largest collection of regional full text content available to Canadian libraries.

Provides full text for leading Canadian magazines including Alberta Sweetgrass, Bank of Canada Review, Benefits Canada, Canadian Business, Canadian Economic Observer, Canadian Geographic, Canadian Living, Canadian Manager, Chatelaine, Elle Canada, Flare, Food in Canada, Maclean's, Manitoba History, Marketing Magazine, Ontario Out of Doors, Profit and many more. Canadian Reference Centre also provides full text for leading Canadian newspapers and newswires including Canadian Press, The Guelph Mercury, The Hamilton Spectator, La Presse Canadienne (en Francais), The Record, Toronto Star, etc. In addition, this database provides full text for leading Canadian reference books including Canadian Global Almanac, Canadian Oxford Dictionary - 2nd edition, Gage Canadian Thesaurus, and many more.

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Subjects Canadian Studies, Journalism
Publisher EBSCO
Subscription Subscription
Alumni Access No

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