Library and Archives Canada releases its latest podcast episode, “Yousuf Karsh: Pursuing Greatness”
On the Road to 2017 with Library and Archives Canada - The Year of Sport in Canada – Innovation and Jacques Plante
The Documentary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP)
Progress on the government record backlog
Project Naming - Every picture tells a story...share your knowledge!
Empire tulip field. See more photos, news and fun on our Facebook page! MIKAN 2845087
Road trip – summer of ‘54 | September 1, 1954 – [Montana or North Dakota?], U.S.A.
Prefire buildings, street layout
Lila Gee, playground monitor, with Chinese children playing basketball at McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia
Private John Lewis, 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, one of the survivors of Chinese attack
Town With Stores Modern Cleaners and Rexall Drugs
Man on a street carrying yoke with basket
Chinese Quarter, Lagauchetière Street
Pumping air into a mine shaft, 22nd (French Canadian) Battalion, July 1916
Monseigneur de Saint-Vallier et l’Hôpital général de Québec: histoire de Monastère de Notre-Dame des Anges, religieuses hospitalières de la Miséricorde de Jésus, ordre de Saint-Augustin [Dedication title page to Princess Louise]
View of the canyon near Garibaldi from the Great Pacific Eastern Railway, British Columbia
Children pose for a picture in a tree during holiday time, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa
Historic Sites’ signs put up by the Montana Government, U.S.A.
Frank Slide, Frank, Alberta
Four pages from Rosemary Gilliat's diary, written at West Kootenay Orchard, British Columbia
A person pushing a cart down the road in the village of Candas, France [Sketchbook 3, folio 21v]
Canadian soldiers examine German artillery in France
People waiting for the train at a Pacific Great Eastern railway station near Garibaldi Park, British Columbia
The Honourable Alexander [Mackenzie] Prime Minister of Canada 1873
Three pages from Rosemary Gilliat's diary, written near Copper Mountain, British Columbia
Unindentified Chinese child
Five pages from Rosemary Gilliat's diary, written in Vancouver, British Columbia
Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent with children, probably during the election campaign in 1949
The shadows of Rosemary Gilliat, Anna Brown, Audrey James and Helen Salkeld, possibly at Similkameen Valley, British Columbia
Boy with a hockey stick, skating down an ice-covered log pile on Sloe Lake, Quebec, 1943
Chinese camp (Canadian Pacific Railway), Kamloops, British Columbia, 1886
The Immigrants Dock at Québec, circa 1904
Sing Lee, Chinese merchant, BC
The station wagon and the prairie on [Highway 2?] - Montana or North Dakota, U.S.A.
A Chinese store in the Interior of the Upper Country
On the Road to 2017 with LAC
Fighting in Flanders – Gas. Mud. Memory.
LAC's Audiovisual migration
The CPAC Digital Archive: Rewinding the Public Record
William Redver Stark: Life on the Lines with the 1st Battalion of Canadian Railway Troops
Year of the Korean War Veteran