The 1931 Canadian census is fully indexed and searchable on FamilySearch!

FamilySearch Press Release today: SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 16 January 2024—FamilySearch, the world’s largest genealogical organization, and Libraries Archive Canada (LAC), are happy to announce the completion of the free, fully searchable index and images of the 1931 Census of Canada. This significant achievement is a remarkable resource for genealogists, historians, and anyone interested in […]

MyHeritage Free Canadian Records Access through July 2

In honor of Canada Day, MyHeritage is offering free access to all their Canadian records from June 29 to July 2, 2023! Their vast range of Canadian records includes 176 featuring 103,662,055 records, including immigration documents, military records, census data, and more. This limited-time free access provides an unparalleled opportunity for those with Canadian heritage to explore their […]

The 1931 census of Canada debuts June 1st.

It’s likely I have relatives scattered across Canada on the pages of the 1931 Canadian census. Many will be in Quebec and Ontario. Some I am particularly interest in, were back and forth between Massachusetts, New York, and Quebec. Among the family names are Connolly, Reinhardt, Copping, Jones, Dow, Daoust, and others. I’m almost as […]