Local Historic Buildings (Western Archives)
Published and unpublished primary materials held in Western Archives, and the Benson Special Collections at Western University. Includes information on city directories, assessment rolls, maps, and architectural plans.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
From the website: Pier 21 was the gateway to Canada for one million immigrants between 1928 and 1971, and is now is a National Historic Site. Pier 21 also served as the departure point for 500,000 Canadian military personnel during the Second World War. Today, Pier 21 hosts the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, and is Atlantic Canada’s only national museum.
Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series (formerly known as Canada's Ethnic Groups Series)
Series of booklets published by the Canadian Historical Association that provide concise histories of particular aspects of immigration and ethnicity in Canada. These readable accounts trace the origins, development, and contemporary situation of particular ethnocultural communities in Canada. Booklets include maps and tables. Currently 32 booklets in series.
Immigration History: Ethnic and Cultural Groups
From the website: Provide easy and direct access to digital content related to immigration, and genealogy/family history research. Each history contains information specific to one ethnic or cultural community group, facilitating allowing access to photographs, art, texts, music, and any other material that is available and associated with that group.