In off-campus settings, you might not be able to read and download an article. In this case, try pasting http://myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/login?url= in front of the URL.
If UTL subscribes to the journal, you will be asked to login using your UTORID. You can also check if the library subscribes to a journal by searching our LibrarySearch. For the further information, visit:
Canadian Historical Review
Histoire sociale/Social History
Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine
William and Mary Quarterly
Journal of the Canadian
Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d’études canadiennes
Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique frannçaise
Native Studies Review
Canadian Journal of Native Studies
British Journal of Canadian Studies
Journal of Imperial & Commonwealth History
To find relevant articles and information in a database, you need to create a search to tell the system to find journal articles on your topic and identify keywords and form a search request.
Successful searching often needs Boolean Searching (Using AND and OR) and Truncation: e.g., asterisk (*).
DON'T PANIC at these terms, you probably know how to do this already. However, just to make sure everyone is aware of these tips, here are two tutorials to make sure.
You may find these sources help you identify the type of material you have found in your research.