20 Best Canadian Genealogy Blogs and Websites
Canadian Genealogy Blogs
Here are 20 Best Canadian Genealogy Blogs you should follow in 2023
Read updates about Olive Tree Genealogy website and other FREE genealogy records. Bringing you tutorials, genealogy book and app reviews, genealogy news, genealogy specials, and more. Helping you find your family tree and ancestors.
9.8K⋅ 13.7K ⋅22 posts / year Get Email Contact
Genealogy à la carte is a daily blog about genealogy news, resources, and issues facing the genealogy community across Canada and, from time to time, in the United States and elsewhere around the world all written from a Montréal point de vue.
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2.3K ⋅7 posts / week Get Email Contact
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Behold is a genealogy program for Windows that allows you to view and use all your genealogy data at once. You organize it how you want. You include what you want. Behold's Everything Report lets you see all your data about everyone and how their lives overlap. It presents your information to best help you analyze the evidence you've researched.
773 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Working together to help genealogists discover their ancestors. We are a group of friends in Montreal, Quebec who meet on a regular basis to discuss our genealogy research and brick walls. Together, we offer suggestions and share ideas. We tell stories and talk about everything from new websites, books, local archival centres, genealogy societies, and conferences to new technology, and genealogy.
2.7K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
The Drouin Genealogical Institute has been at the forefront of Quebec genealogy for more than 100 years. The Drouin Institute's mission is to provide its clients with the necessary tools and resources to trace and preserve their family history and to conserve the vast historical and genealogical heritage of Quebec through digitization. Read blogs to get more information.
7.6K⋅ 468 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Public Library is the busiest urban public library system in the world. Every year, we have millions of users visiting our branches and taking advantage of our online services. In the Local History & Genealogy section discover the history of your family, your Toronto neighborhood, or places in Ontario and across Canada.
61.3K⋅ 58.4K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
North Devon, New Brunswick, Canada
As The History Interpreter, I aim to bring history alive in a variety of ways. I am passionate about encouraging young people to become interested in the past, especially through living history or family history. You can read about my chaotic historical life on my blog at Latest News from the History Interpreter. Here you will find my ramblings about history, genealogy, and writing, as well as accounts of my various travels hither and yon.
1.7K ⋅3 posts / month ⋅ Apr 2012 Get Email Contact
My name is Ellen Thompson-Jennings and I'm the creator of the Family History Hound. I discovered a passion for genetic genealogy and although I'm not an expert I think my deep dive into the subject may help others with their quest. So please follow my blog and my journey to find out more about genealogy and genetic genealogy.
1K⋅ 1.3K⋅ 573 ⋅2 posts / week ⋅ Apr 2015 Get Email Contact
Ottawa Valley Irish blogs offers tips and tricks for the pursuit of Irish and Canadian genealogy: how to trace your Irish ancestry through Canadian sources; how to search the census records and census substitutes; how to locate, decipher, translate, and interpret the Catholic parish records.
3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Alberta Family History Society welcomes anyone interested in genealogy and family history! If you are particularly interested in the Calgary and southern Alberta region, we have substantial resources you'll find nowhere else! (Not even on the internet!). Beyond that, we can help you research your roots in Canada and worldwide. Looking for the latest news from our Society and genealogy sources around the world? We aim to keep you informed!
1.3K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
Welcome to my personal library of links. This website's original purpose was to be a one-stop shop for all the useful sites. I write about Canadian and Chinese genealogy, organizing, and archives. This is a free site of resources for Canadian genealogists, with a special section on Asian Canadiana
1 post / week Get Email Contact
We all have them within our family tree. Whether you call them 'brick walls' or 'knots' they are the people that present us the biggest challenges. They've moved away without a forwarding address, changed their name or just up and disappeared seemingly without a trace. Here I will be writing about my own research challenges or the challenges where I've helped other people.
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416 ⋅4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
Hi, and a very big Welcome! I'm Penny and I am a Canadian and a genealogist. Linking your UK Ancestors to Canadian Genealogy resources. Archival searches in the UK. My info can be found via the label 'About Penny '.
234 ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
We offer collaborative free information via our social media feeds and this website with helpful hints and 'how-to's' for the hobbyist and professional alike. Whether you have a connection to a historic figure, a simple farmer, or identify with Indigenous peoples, we can help sort through the traditional tales, family lore, and hearsay to find the true story.
2 posts / year Get Email Contact
Roots to the Past, home of the genealogy column by the same name and the genealogical ramblings of a proud Atlantic Canadian. The blog is the front page of my genealogy blog. It contains snippets (usually the first few paragraphs) of blogs posted over the past few weeks. To read more about a particular blog, click the 'read more link.
1 post / year Get Email Contact
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Lianne Kruger is a professional genealogist and speaker specializing in Canadian records. Find the most amazing Genealogical posts with a technical background to help you with your family history and many more.
23 posts / year Get Email Contact
Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections has been an independent view of family history resources and developments seen from an Ottawa perspective. Read articles and blog posts on the site to stay updated.
5 posts / year Get Email Contact
My reason for writing about Canadian genealogy and volunteering in various ways - including talks, workshops, classes, tours, and one-on-one consultations - is to help others find out about their families, no matter how short or how complicated their questions may be.
7 posts / year Get Email Contact
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Genealogy and Family History Research. Blog for Edmonton, Alberta, Irish genealogy research. I was a hobby genealogist for ten years before becoming a professional. My ancestral lines are Irish and French Canadian, hence these areas have been the focus of my personal research.
591 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
Canadian Genealogy Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Lucy H. Anglin||genealogyensemble.com||5|
Canadian Genealogy Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Lectures, Conferences, Online Learning, TV||90|
|Crème De La Crème||31|
|Library And Archives Canada||23|
|Topic||Past Month Count|