Library Services has added Grey House's Canada Info Desk database to its collection of resources. Canada Info Desk is comprised of 10 separate databases that can be searched collectively or individually. All of these products can be accessed via Library Services' Canadian Studies database page.
Canada Info Desk
An all-encompassing Canadian online source that provides access to the following eight databases: Canadian Almanac, Associations Canada, Libraries Canada, Canadian Parliamentary Guide, Canadian Environmental Resource Guide, Governments Canada, Financial Services Canada, & History of Canada.
Details on over 19,000 Canadian and International associations that represent industry, commercial and professional groups, registered charities and special interest groups. These organization and their 25,000 executives provide the inside track to a wealth of industry information making this robust database an important networking and career and business building resource.
Canadian Almanac & Directory
An online version of the flagship book published since 1847. This resource contains a wide range of listings covering everything from Airlines to Zoos.
Canadian Parliamentary Guide
Published since before Confederation, this is the most complete guide, providing comprehensive information and biographies on elected and appointed members in federal and provincial government. Also contains the complete electoral history of Canada.
Canadian Environmental Resource Guide
Canada's most complete national online listing of organizations and governmental agencies that focus on this increasingly important topic. You'll find here the associations, Federal and Provincial and municipal government regulators, purchasing groups, special libraries, product & service companies as well as environmental contacts within the major Canadian companies and law firms. This is a rich resource of the groups and individuals whose focus is a long term, healthy Canadian environment.
Canadian Who's Who
Documenting the achievement of Canadians from a wide variety of occupations and professions, Canadian Who's Who records the diversity of culture in Canada. These biographies provide detailed information on the accomplishments of notable Canadians from coast to coast.
Financial Services Canada
This database puts over 16,000 banks, law firms, accountants and financial institutions and over 27,000 executives at your fingertips. The wealth of contact information including email addresses and direct phone numbers can save hours of time and gets you to the right person the first time.
A comprehensive online tool for locating offices, people and programs within the Canadian political and governmental systems. The proprietary government index that is built into the on-line database helps ensure successful search results across more than 10,000 government listings and boards and over 25,000 names.
History of Canada
This unique reference tool is your researcher's key to Canada's rich historical past right up to its dynamic present. All the information is presented in an accessible, easy-to-understand format that makes the past lively and interesting to any reader! From Canada’s first Native inhabitants to today’s diverse population, learning about Canada’s unique and rich history is just one click away.
Explore almost 7,000 Canadian libraries, branches and information resource centres and archives with this one of a kind database. Special features in each library are noted along with personnel information, collection details and patron services information. Carefully indexed to highlight collection strengths this is a time saving resource for publishers, academics, and academic and historical researchers.
Major Canadian Cities
This statistical resource provides an in-depth comparison and analysis of 50 major cities across Canada. Instantly rank cities according to your preferences and make your own analytical tables with the data provided. A city profile for each location offers additional insights into the city to provide a sense of the location, its history, its recreational and cultural activities and its uniqueness in the spectrum of cities across Canada.