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What's New

Revised version of Aboriginal Peoples: Guide to the Records of the Government of Canada

Gatineau, March 1, 2012 Library and Archives Canada is pleased to announce that the revised version of Aboriginal Peoples: Guide to the Records of the Government of Canada is now available.

Originally released in 1996, the revised online guide includes updated instructions on how to locate records from the Department of Indian Affairs (RG10 / R216) and the Department of the Interior (RG15 / R190) in Archives Search. The guide also explains how to search by finding aid number in Archives Search.

For more information, please contact webservices@bac-lac.gc.ca.

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