Research Databases (CEDROM-SNi)

Description 2 concurrent users

Newscan (Eureka) offers full-text access to more than 8,000 general and specialized news sources covering a variety of fields, including politics, economy, current world issues, environment, health, and arts and culture. Includes newspapers as well as transcripts of television and radio news programs including The National, Saturday Report, Canada AM and CTV News Of special note, this product includes the major French-Canadian newspapers and certain magazines such as Protégez-vous and L`Actualité. News sources include full-text articles from Le Droit, Le Devoir, La Presse, Le Soleil and SRC radio and television.

If you came to this page when trying to search for a particular article title in Summon:
Summon is unable to direct link to the article but the article may be found by clicking the above link, changing the time period from "Last 30 days" to "In all archives" and searching your article title.

Formerly called and Virtual News Library

Subjects French, Journalism, Newspapers, Political Science
Publisher CEDROM-SNi
Subscription Subscription
Alumni Access No
Open Access No

Permitted Uses

Personal Privacy: University of Victoria Libraries makes licensed resources available for your convenience. Your use of these resources is voluntary. Some licensed resources allow you to create a personal account for the purposes of creating folders, saving searches, and downloading entire e-books as well as other personalized services. Please be advised that the personal information you disclose to these and other external websites may be stored on servers located outside of Canada. When you use these services, no personal information about you is collected by or for the University. Canadian privacy laws do not apply to personal information you provide directly to these external websites. University of Victoria Libraries recommends that you review the privacy policies of these and other external websites before using the services.

© University of Victoria Libraries 2021