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Electronic access to newspapers

The full text of many newspapers is available via several databases to which the library subscribes. Major databases available for contemporary (1980s/90s onwards) and/or current issues include:

  • Canadian Newsstand (for major Canadian dailies)
  • Eureka.cc (for French Language Canadian dailies, regional weekly papers from across Canada, and some international and U.S. titles)
  • Factiva (for U.S. and international titles, and some Canadian)

To find the electronic version of a specific newspaper, please check the ejournals list.

Access to newspapers via electronic subscriptions is restricted to Concordia students, faculty and staff.

Current issues of newspapers in print format

At Webster Library, current print issues of the following daily newspapers are available on the 2nd floor in the display shelves:

  • Le Devoir
  • The National Post
  • Globe and Mail
  • Montreal Gazette
  • La Presse

At Vanier Library, current print issues of the following daily newspapers are available at the Circulation Desk:

  • Globe and Mail
  • Montreal Gazette
  • New York Times
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Newspaper archives

Historical archives (pre-1980/90) of specific newspapers are primarily in electronic or microform format and may be found by typing in the title of the newspaper in the box below:

Tip: Use quotes (" ") when searching for titles with more than one word, eg: "Montreal Herald"

You may also consult the following links which list databases which contain historical full image archives of newspapers:

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page last updated on: Wednesday 4 March 2015
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