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  • Une collection contenant l'analyse, la critique, et la réception des matériaux Franco-Ontariens. [A collection containing the analysis, criticism, and reception of Franco-Ontarian materials.]
  • Shared materials open to all CWRC members.
  • A digital archive and anecdotal encyclopedia for trans-feminist and queer artists, activists and audiences.
  • A collection of diverse Canadian cultural materials concerning the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939).
  • Canada's Early Women Writers (CEWW), a long-term collaborative project, is a bio-bibliographical database of Canadian English-language women writers who first published in or before 1950.
  • Canadian Women Playwrights Online is a scholarly project that will address a widening void in theatre scholarship in Canada: the absence of scholarship attending to current work by contemporary...
  • Canadian Women Writing and Reading from 1950 is an open-access research collection illustrating the immense productivity of Canadian women writers within the rapidly changing culture of the mid...
  • The Digital Diversity conference celebrated twenty years of the Orlando Project with presentations on writing, feminism, and culture in the digital age.
  • This collection makes available again the rich contents of Thomas B. Vincent's 1993 CD-ROM Index to Pre-1900 Canadian Cultural and Literary Magazines.
  • A bibliography of women's pre-Confederation poetry in English.
  • A collection of materials related to L. M. Montgomery.
  • A digitization and marked up enhancement of Donald J. McLeod's two books, Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, Volume 1, 1964-1975, and Volume 2, 1976-1981.
  • This project explores the histories of six mainstream Canadian periodicals that contributed towards the development of Canadian middlebrow culture, in the period from 1925 to 1960.
  • The Modernist Commons is a set of source materials that serves the separate CWRC multisite of the same name.
  • A born-digital history of British women's writing (Canadian content only).
  • This collection contains materials associated with the The Royal Society of Canada's Expert Panel report, "The Future Now: Canada's Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory", including the report,...
  • A collection of various resources related to the life and writings of Sara Jeannette Duncan.
  • This collaborative online project archives and interrogates contemporary Canadian mass media representations of terrorism and “the terrorist other” in a range of different types and sources of...
  • The Digital Page is a digital edition of the writings of P.K. Page and of the visual art she created under her married name P.K. Irwin, employing an open source text-image tool, the Digital Page...
  • A multigenre, collaborative literary history of North American indigenous texts.
  • Winnifred Eaton Reeve, more famously known in the early 20th century by her pen name, Onoto Watanna, was the first Asian North American novelist. This collection features her Alberta writings.