UNB Libraries is pleased to announce that access has been obtained to the archives of The Globe and Mail. The database, called “Globe and Mail Canada’s Heritage from 1844,” contains complete coverage of The Globe and Mail newspaper from 1844 to December 2000 (over 1.4 millions pages). The online archive also includes thousands of images, advertisements, classifieds, cartoons, birth/death notices as well as the full content of the Report on Business section first published in 1962.
- Please Note:
- The default for printing is full page, which is not legible as it is condensed. To select a particular section or article, click on the Graphics Select button in the Adobe Acrobat toolbar. Select the area you want to print by clicking your mouse and dragging it to draw a box. Then click on the print button in the Acrobat toolbar and select the “Print Selected Graphic” option.
To access “Globe and Mail Canada’s Heritage from 1844” from UNB Libraries’ homepage, select e-Resources >> Indexes and Abstracts >> and select Globe and Mail Canada’s Heritage from the drop down “Browse by Title” menu.
Questions about this resource can be directed to the Information Desk in any of our libraries.