Local Newspapers at Winnipeg Public Library Current copies of the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Sun are available at all Winnipeg Public Library branches. Contact us to find out about current holdings. So go for it - find your Manitoba ancestors and all the interesting articles that capture the stories of their lives. Also, there are several free publications available on other sites and there are collections available on subscription sites. See the titles at And Finally: Please note - even more may be available via a local or provincial library where a library card is required. Below is a list of where the titles are stored and the link so that you can access them.
See all the titles at Newspaper Archive: There are currently 106 publications available at this site. There are also two satellite services available through and. They typically have interviews with Winnipeg luminaries or people they find interesting. Some homes use satellite dishes to bring in signals from American satellite services. However this is sometimes ineffective due to. Our handout below, Search Smart - Local Newspapers, lists what we have for Winnipeg and Manitoba newspapers. However, its weak signal requires either a rooftop antenna aimed south or being located on a high floor of a tall building.
The Local History Room at the Millennium Library has kept approximately 300 files of newspaper clippings about a range of Winnipeg and Manitoba topics. Great stuff - but can someone point me in the right direction to get either good resolution scans of wholes pages or a way of getting articles that have been missed from the serach box eg article on page 1 comes up in a search as a pdf file but the continuation on page 3 dosent appear to have been done Thanks. Currently, and from are available to Winnipeg via cable. Contact us for help finding other resources. Manitoba is one of the Canadian provinces that has a single central online repository for searching historical newspapers. Most homes subscribe to through , or through. Other sources Newspaper archives may also be found in the digital collections of other organizations; for example, the University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections have made all editions of the Winnipeg Tribune available - see link below.
Also I suspect that some of these links may change over time - so if there is a dead link - please use your favorite search engine to find their new location. And of course there is always microfilm for those that have not been made available online as yet. Library branches may also have current editions of Winnipeg community papers for example, The Lance. We update this information once approximately every 6 months. These are for in-library use only and can be copied, photographed or scanned.
In addition, the Millennium Library has past editions of Winnipeg newspapers in both print and microfilm. Latest update: December 8, 2018. The most popular station for many years has been , a talk-oriented station famous for its coverage of major storms and floods. See all the titles at Newspapers. See the title at Paper of Record: There are currently 2 publications available at this site. Starting in the Fall of 2012, it plans to return to the air as an internet-only radio station.
For more links for different states, provinces, and countries - please see the page on this website. There are several rock and pop oriented stations, two country stations, and one tourist information station. . If you want to use this resource outside of a Library branch you will need a valid Winnipeg Public Library card. Winnipeg is almost as large as the entire American population of Prairie Public's footprint, and has long been a significant supporter of the network.
These channels were replaced by and from , later from Toledo. We provide access to the complete Winnipeg Free Press archive and past editions of many Manitoba newspapers through a subscription to Newspaper Archive®. You are welcome to print and share this information. After an absence of many years, Winnipeg is now home to two English-language and one French-language campus radio stations. Please note that I have not always entered the dates that are included in the collections, as I suspect they will change as more items are digitized.
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