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Where to find it Print Page

To find out if we have your newspaper:

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Look up the title in the catalogue search box. This will often tell you if we have the paper online, in print, or on microfilm.

Tips:  the title in quotes, as in "globe and mail"

Change "anywhere" to title.

Search the catalogue live in the box below. 

Read the news online

Here's a quick introduction to key newspaper databases.

Read the news online from the home page

You can find newspaper articles by searching the 'Articles' tab from the library home page. Be sure that 'limit to journal articles' is not selected.

This option is good for finding English language news, particularly Canadian and American.

After you click search, you could choose 'newspaper articles' to focus.

click 'Newspaper Article' option under 'format.'


    Read the news on microfilm

    UTL holds a large collection of back issues of Canadian and International newspapers on microfilm in the Media Commons Microtext Section on the 3rd floor of Robarts library.

    Find a list at Newspapers & Periodicals


      Read the news in print

      A few current Canadian and International newspapers are available in the Current Periodicals Reading Room on the 4th floor of Robarts Library, 130 St. George St. Phone number: (416) 978-2278. Selected additional newspapers are located in other campus libraries.

      Some historical newspapers are also held in print. Look them up in the library catalogue by title.


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