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What Victoria, BC Newspapers does the library have?

Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014  |  132 Views

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The library has recently produced a digital version of the British Colonist, 1858-1920.  

The library has a variety of local newspapers on microfilm, including: 

  • Victoria Times 1884- August 1980 (Microforms Accession Number 45) 
  • Daily Colonist 1858 - August 1980 (Microforms Accession Number 906)
  • Times Colonist September 1980 - current.  (Microforms Accession Number 814)

The Victoria Times Colonist for recent years is available to UVic students, staff and faculty online via Canadian Newsstand (1993 to current, excluding the most recent 2 days).  

Find  these and other newspapers in the Main Cat (under books&More Tab), with a Journal Title Search (under Journals tab), or in Databases A-Z or by Subject (Newspapers).  You can also view the Newspapers Subject Guide for a complete list of newspapers held in any format.  

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