Libraries - University and Institute Libraries & Native Studies Programs
Libraries are a valuable source of information for genealogists. Today most have free Internet access and provide access to databases that are pay for view such as Ancestry.com. They also provide Interlibrary Loan access. Be sure to ask if there is a fee for this service. University libraries are often the most underused libraries by genealogical researchers. Check the web pages to use the library catalogues to find resources that could be of help.
The Genealogical Society of Utah (GSU) has microfilmed many Ontario records that are available in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Members of the public can access these microfilms through a Family History Center that are found in some Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. One can find the local and hours of operation on the FHL website. The GSU is currently digitizing records. Indexing projects are being added to the website on an on going basis.