Answered By: Edward Bilodeau
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2016     Views: 37

You can find the Globe & Mail in the library catalogue here.

Under Find a copy online you will find a list of different sources for the paper, with a note next to each on the years covered. The most commonly used sources are:

  • PressDisplay for fully-scanned images of the newspaper (last 7 days only)
  • Proquest Central for searching for articles from 1977-present. 

 

Historical articles: The sources listed on the record linked to above allow you to access articles back to 1936. If you need to access earlier articles, use the Proquest historical newspapers. The Globe and Mail database, which covers from 1844-2012.

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