Saskatchewan Archival & Information Network
Saskatchewan Archival & Information Network (SAIN) is a database of descriptions of archival material held in Saskatchewan archives. It is divided into a collections database and a photograph database. There are lots of hidden treasures here for the history buff. It is a work in progress, with new descriptions being added regularly.
The Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project is a listing of cemeteries and burial sites in Saskatchewan, including burial listings and photographs.
Saskatchewan Executive & Legislative Directory
The Saskatchewan Executive and Legislative Directory provides a convenient and authoritative historical record of the people who have been connected with public affairs in Saskatchewan as members of the Executive Council and the Legislative Assembly, as permanent heads of the chief government departments, and as candidates in successive elections.
Saskatchewan News Index
Saskatchewan News Index is a searchable index of stories published in Saskatchewan newspapers from 1884 – 2000. The Index was compiled from a number of print and electronic indexes of Saskatchewan newspapers
Saskatchewan History Online explores Saskatchewan’s cultural and historical record online with this project by the University of Saskatchewan.
Your eJournal portal. Find full text electronic journals by title or by ISBN.
Statistics Canada is the central portal for Canadians looking to better understand our country. This website provides statistical information on population, resources, the economy, society and culture. If you are looking for the leading cause of death among Canadians, greenhouse gas emissions or snow cover trends, Stats Can is the place to check.
Surrey Libraries Genealogy
The Surrey Public Library has put together a series of genealogy research guides for each province in Canada. These guides provide a good starting point for people interested in researching their family history. This information directs you to books, databases, census records, vital statistics, cemetery records and databases. For help finding these resources through Moose Jaw Public Library, contact the reference desk at 692-2787.
TumbleBook Library are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you.
Universalis Junior is a French-language resource for students ages 7 and up. Contains 2,500 encyclopedia articles perfect for homework and projects.
Virtual Reference Library
Gale Virtual Reference Library is your single source for eReferences aimed at the needs of students, researchers, professionals and general readers. They offer more than 7,000 authoritative, full-text titles and a host of premier publishing partners within 18 subject areas researchers study most.