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A finding aid is the key resource for researchers when searching for primary records in an archive. The finding aid will describe the content, context and organization of an archival fonds / collection to a varied level of detail.
The Special Collections and Archives have over 300 finding aids written for its resources. These are written according to the Rules of Archival Description - the Canadian standard.
Finding aids can be found via keyword searches in the Library Catalogue.
Or, you can browse all of the available finding aids in our Digital Repository.