This collection gives access to the following newspapers: L'Action catholique, Le Canada, Le Canadien, Le Courrier de St-Hyacinthe, Le Devoir, L'Étoile du Nord, La Minerve, La Patrie, La Presse, Le Petit journal and Le Soleil.
French Newspapers include: Le courrier de l'ouest, Le franco-albertain, La Liberté, La Liberté et le patriote, The St. Albert Star/Étoile de St. Albert, La survivance, etc.
Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers [Nova Scotia Archives]
Le Courrier de la Nouvelle-Écosse (1937-2002) is Nova Scotia's leading French-language newspaper, and the only one with province-wide coverage and distribution. First published by Désiré d'Éon as Le Petit Courrier (Du Sud-Ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse) on 10 February 1937, it has appeared weekly ever since, informing its readers, defending the interests of Acadians and francophones, and providing a bridge linking all Acadian regions in the province.
The University of New Brunswick Libraries indexes the province's newspapers and includes the links to Google News Archives when digitized newspapers are available.
Click "Online" under Holdings and "French" under Language.
— Saskatchewan Historic Newspapers Online (SHNO) [Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan]
The project when completed will see the digitization of newspapers from all across Saskatchewan from 1878 through to the mid 1960s.
Contact Craig Harkema, Digital Initiatives Librarian at the University of Saskatchewan at email@example.com to obtain the list of French newspapers and the publication ranges.