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Canadian Studies: Find Articles

Trent University Library guide to resources in Canadian Studies

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What is Interlibrary Loan?

Interlibrary loan is a system that allows you to request material from other libraries to be sent to Trent for you to borrow. Normally, there are no costs to use the ILL service. Plan ahead because it can take a few days or even weeks for material to be sent, depending upon availability.

Visit the RACER (ILL) page for more information.

Find Articles (Databases and Indexes With Significant Canadian Content)

Because Canadian Studies potentially touches on anything Canadian, the following list is just a sample of the databases and indexes with significant Canadian content. Use databases and indexes on other subject guides, depending upon your research focus. For example, if researching a topic on Canadian politics use the databases listed on the Politics Subject Guide.

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