... (1808-1978) on microfilm: Dana Porter Library, University of Waterloo
All film sets are located on the 1st floor (basement) of the Dana Porter Library.
Ontario, English language community newspapers. Dates span most of the 19th century but some run as late as the 1970s.
Use the tabs above or the Search box above to locate a community. The newspapers and their coverage are listed under that community. Make note of the newspaper's microfilm "MIC S" call number.
The film sets are located on the 1st floor (basement) of the Dana Porter Library. They are filed by their "MIC S" call number.
Staff can help you locate the film and use the micro reader-scanners.
Some of these newspapers have been digitized by OurDigitalWorld as part of Our Ontario.
Library has: 1875-1895
Library has: Mar. 3, 1827 - June 8, 1829. Scattered issues are missing.
Also called Gore Gazette and Ancaster, Hamilton, Dundas and Flamborough Advertizer.
Library has: Mar. 15, 1854 - Dec. 7, 1871. Scattered issues are missing.
Title varies: Barrie Magnet , Northern Advance and County of Simcoe General Advertiser, absorbed by the Barrie Examiner in 1940.
Library has: Aug. 21, 1861 - Aug. 10, 1864, Mar. 6, 1867, May 1, 1867, Aug. 28, 1867.
In 1873, the Chronicle amalgamated with the Daily Ontario, which had begun publication in 1870.
Library has: Jan. 3, 1862 - Dec. 26, 1873.
In 1930, the Intelligencer united with the Daily Ontario to form the Ontario - Intelligencer, later Intellegencer.
Library has: 1868 - 1900.
Also called Bowmanville Statesman at one time. In 1999, amalgamated with Clarington This Week to become Clarington This Week/Canadian Statesman.
Library has: Aug. 22, 1828 - Dec. 27, 1832. Scattered issues are missing.
Library has: Jan. 12, 1830 - Dec. 27, 1849.
Library has: Mar. 7, 1866 - Feb. 26, 1868. Scattered issues are missing.
Library has: Sept. 28, 1848 - Dec 28, 1848.
MIC SC78 PT. I, No. 1
Also known as the Canadian Freeman and Kent General Advertiser. In 1848, it possibly merged into the Chatham Gleaner to become the Kent Advertiser.
Library has: July 17, 1849 - April 30, 1850.
MIC SC78 PT. I, No. 2
Library has: Aug. 10, 1844 - Feb. 20, 1849.
MIC SC78 Pt. I, No. 3
The Gleaner was superseded by the Kent Advitiser.
Library has: Oct. 19, 1861 - Nov. 16, 1861.
MIC SC78 Pt. 11, No. 1
Library has: July 3, 1841 - July 27, 1844.
June 25, 1857 - Dec. 24, 1874 (weekly); Oct. 22, 1856 - Dec. 31, 1875 (tri-weekly).
MIC SC78 Pt. II, No. 2
The Chatham Planet succeeded the Chatham Journal as a weekly and was first called the Western Planet. In 1856, a tri-weekly began known as the Chatham Tri-weekly Planet. Then in 1891, it became a daily. It merged with the News in 1922.
Library has: Feb. 21, 1850 - May 18, 1855.
MIC SC78 Pt. I, No. 4
In 1854, the office and plant of the Kent Advertiser were destroyed by fire. It was succeeded by the Western Argus.
Library has:: Aug. 29, 1860-April 3, 1861.
MIC SC78 Pt. 11, no. 3
The Western Argus was published from 1858 to March 1860 as the Argus. In 1861, it was renamed the Western Union.
June 13, 1853 - May 30, 1855 (weekly); June 18, 1855 - June 9, 1856 (semi-weekly); June 23, 1856 - Oct. 20, 1856 (tri-weekly).
MIC SC78 Pt. 11, No. 4
In 1856, it became the Chatham Tri-weekly Planet.
Library has: Nov. 12, 1847 issue.
MIC SC78 Pt. 1, No. 5
Library has: Dec 5, 1863 issue.
MIC SC78 Pt. 11, No. 5
It was formerly the Western Argus, then in 1861 became the Western Union, then in 1865, it was renamed the Chatham Banner.