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SOC327 Drugs and the Modern World

Finding Newspaper Articles

Use the databases below to search for newspaper articles using keywords. 

Check out UofT's guide, 
Newspapers, for links to more international and historical newspaper databases.

News Sources: Non-Subscription

The following news resources are publicly available and do not require a subscription:


Need help evaluating information sources? Check out the CRAAP Test.

Fact-Checking Resources

Below is a selection of freely available fact-checking resources:

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