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Over 500,000 newspaper obituaries from Ontario, Quebec and the United States have been added to the Obituary Section, one of 15 collections available to Genealogy Quebec subscribers.
Here is a list of the sources (place or publication) of these new death notices:
- Brockville, Ontario
- Chesterville, Morrisburg and Winchester, Ontario (mostly 2003 to 2007)
- Evening Citizen, Ottawa, Ontario (1949)
- Journal de Montréal, Quebec
- Journaux de Tampa Bay, Florida (2000s)
- Valleyfield, Quebec (2000s)
- La Nouvelle, Ontario (2001)
- Le Carillon d’Hawkesbury, Ontario (1980s and 1990s)
- Le Droit d’Ottawa, Ontario (21st century)
- Le Quotidien de Chicoutimi, Quebec (1999 to 2006)
- Le Reflet, Lachute, Quebec
- Massena Observer, New York (2002 to 2005)
- Northern Times, Kapuskasing, Ontario (1990s and 2000s)
- Ogdensburg and Watertown, New York
- Ottawa Citizen, Ontario (1990 to 2018)
- Cornwall Standard Freeholder, Ontario (1904 to 2017)
- Sudbury Voyageur, Ontario (1980s, 1990s and 2000s)
- The Glengarry News, Ontario
- The Vision, Prescott Russell County, Ontario
- Women Dixon Institute, Cornwall, Ontario.
- Ontario death notices from the Cayer Collection (1960 to 2010)
Please note that the original document is missing for some obituaries. The missing images will be added as soon as possible.
The Obituary section
This section contains most of the obituaries, memorial cards and headstones available on Genealogy Quebec. It is divided in 4 sub-sections:
- Internet obituaries, which contains over 2.5 million obituaries published online from 1999 to today.
- Newspaper obituaries, which now contains 1,250,000 newspaper obituaries published between 1860 and today.
- Tombstones, which contains more than 710,000 pictures of headstones from hundreds of cemeteries in Quebec and Ontario.
- Memorial cards, which contains tens of thousands of memorial cards published between 1860 and today.
These collections are indexed and can be explored using a search engine.
You may browse these documents as well as tens of millions images and files of genealogical and historical relevance by subscribing to Genealogy Quebec.
To conclude, we would like to thank Généalogie et Archives St-Laurent and particularly Norbert Lussier, who is to thank for this incredible collection of obituaries.
The Drouin team