The web directory is an annotated list of websites on subjects related to Atlantic Canada. Please contact us to suggest additions to the directory.
Created by the Maritime History Archive at Memorial University, this website presents some of the digitized Crew Agreements administered by the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, providing family researchers and academics with a goldmine of information on merchant seafarers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Calling all those with family links to Yarmouth County! Explore this wonderfully rich research product created by the Argyle Township Court House and Archives, and hosted on this website - a searchable database providing the names of all Roman Catholics baptized, married or buried, 1799-1849, in the predominantly Acadian French township of Argyle.
SE-Space is a repository for works focused on works about matters pertaining to the Social Economy. The main focus is on work authored by or relevant to Atlantic Canadians.
In commemoration of the 225th anniversary of the founding of the Charitable Irish Society in Halifax, Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management has launched a website celebrating the society's work and history.
The virtual exhibit presented here draws on minute-books, petitions and letters, photographs, print material and memorabilia to showcase the Society's activities and interests across its 225-year history.
Contains links to most of the major cities in Atlantic Canada.
Contains information on the people, natural features, and industry of the Atlantic Canada ecozone. Teaching resources are included on this website.
Located in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, the Blandford and Area Historical Society meets monthly to discuss topics of history and heritage. This website contains information on the Society as well as a history of Blandford and area.
This bibliography has a national scope but contains many important works relating to African Canadians in Atlantic Canada.
A guide to museums and heritage sites in Prince Edward Island.
APEC is an independent think tank dedicated to economic progress in Atlantic Canada. This site contains reports and publications prepared by APEC.