Library and Archives Canada to acquire a new library management system
Free screening: Le Déclin de l’empire américain on March 29, 2017!
Library and Archives Canada releases its latest podcast episode, "William Topley: Exposure on Ottawa".
What's new in the collection: the winter 2017 edition is out!
To subscribe to our newletter about events and activities
Icons of Knowledge exhibition until May 5, 2017
“Sounds Like History”: where historic music comes alive!
Walter L. Main Gigantic Circus
Jumbo at the New York Hippodrome featuring Jimmy Durante and the Paul Whiteman Orchestra
Chinese printing office, Louisa Street, Toronto, Ontario
Clyde Beatty and Wallace Brothers Circus
A Chinese store in the Interior of the Upper Country
Miss Ball, 1880
Unindentified Chinese child
Honest Bill Shows
Your Chums Are Fighting - Why Aren't You?
Second Annual Hippodrome Thrill Circus: Shreveport, Georgia
Man on a street carrying yoke with basket
Dawson Curling Club championship game
Capell Brothers Wild Animal Circus
Sing Lee, Chinese merchant, BC
C. R. Montgomery Wild Animal Circus
In to the Yukon
Captain Eddy's Trained Wild Animal Circus
Private John Lewis, 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, one of the survivors of Chinese attack
Mary Bolduc with her fiddle
Chinese Quarter, Lagauchetière Street
Camp near Bloody Falls, Coppermine River (Canadian Arctic Expedition – Southern Party)
Lila Gee, playground monitor, with Chinese children playing basketball at McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia
Page’s well-thumbed Oxford English Dictionary
Mackenzie King and Louis St. Laurent announcing to Canada the end of the war in Europe, San Francisco, Calif., May 8, 1945
Russell Brothers Circus
Flooded street “after the storm,” Renfrew, Ontario, 1906
Gentry Brothers Circus
Chinese camp (Canadian Pacific Railway), Kamloops, British Columbia, 1886
Audrey James improvising on a column in front of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Regina
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
Access Government of Canada priorities.