Canada's experience with diversity distinguishes it from most other countries. Its 36 million inhabitants reflect a cultural, ethnic and linguistic makeup found nowhere else on earth. Over 200,000 immigrants a year from all parts of the globe continue to choose Canada as their new home.
On this page you will find links to various resources relating to Indigenous and immigrant groups in Canada.
Resources for researching various immigrant groups
These pages provide information about immigration history, archival and published sources at Library and Archives Canada and links to other institutions, societies and genealogy websites.
- Citizenship and Naturalization Records
- Citizenship Registration Records, 1851-1945 - Montreal Circuit Court
- Home Children Records
- Immigrants at Grosse Île Quarantine Station, 1832-1937
- Immigrants before 1865
- Immigrants from China
- Immigrants from the Russian Empire, 1898-1922
- Immigrants Sponsored by the Montreal Emigrant Society, 1832
- Indian Affairs Annual Reports, 1864-1990
- Indian Reserves - Western Canada
- Naturalization Records, 1828-1850 - Upper Canada and Canada West
- Naturalization Records, 1915-1951
- New France Archives
- Passenger Lists
- Passenger Lists and Border Entries, 1925-1935 - Nominal Indexes
- Passenger Lists for the Port of Quebec City and Other Ports, 1865-1922
- Passenger Lists, 1865-1922
- Railway Employees (Employees Provident Fund)
- Treaties, Surrenders and Agreements
- Ukrainian Immigrants, 1891-1930