The historic newspaper collection features over 175 titles and range in date from 1870 to 2018. From this page, you can search for titles by language, province, or city. By clicking on the title you will be taken to the digitized issues where you can further search the full text and filter by year.

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The advertiser and central Alberta news

47 issues digitized from 1907-08

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1898 to 18 June 1908.


Continued by The Lacombe advertiser and central Alberta news.

The Alberta non-partisan

28 issues digitized from 1917-19

Biweekly. Official publication of the Non-partisan League, an agrarian protest movement. From 17 November 1916 to [September?] 1917, issued under the title Nutcracker. In 1919, Alberta non-partisan is absorbed by Western independent, the official publication of the United Farmers of Alberta.


The Alderson news

134 issues digitized from 1915-18

Weekly. Published 1 July 1915 to 25 July 1918. From 28 December 1911 to 25 July 1912 issued under the title Carlstadt progress. From 1 August 1912 to 24 June 1915 issued under the title Carlstadt news.
The town of Carlstadt changed its name to Alderson on 1 July 1915.


Continues Carlstadt progress.
Continues Carlstadt news.

The Bassano herald

65 issues digitized from 1955-58

Weekly. Published 23 November 1955 to [1959?].


Bassano mail

847 issues digitized from 1913-36

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published October 1913 to 27 April 1936.


Bassano news

189 issues digitized from 1910-14

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 April 1910 to [?11 March 1914].


Continues The Bassano news.

The Bassano news

1 issues digitized from 1910

One issue, dated vol. 1, no. 40, 5 January 1910.


Continued by Bassano news (1910).

Bassano recorder

332 issues digitized from 1937-45

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 14 January 1937 to 21 June 1945. Publication suspended [December?] 1942 to 11 November 1943.


The Beiseker times

217 issues digitized from 1949-53

Weekly. Published [March?] 1949 to 18 August 1953.


The Bellevue times

374 issues digitized from 1910-18

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 30 September 1910 to [?28 June 1918].


Continues The Bellevue times and Frank vindicator.

The Bellevue times and Frank vindicator

1 issues digitized from 1910

One issue, dated vol. 1, no. 1, 22 September 1910.


Continued by The Bellevue times.

The Blairmore enterprise

1,847 issues digitized from 1910-46

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 29 September 1910 to 26 July 1946.


Continues The Blairmore enterprise and Frank vindicator.
Continued by The Blairmore graphic.

The Blairmore enterprise and Frank vindicator

44 issues digitized from 1909-10

Weekly. Imprint varies. Issued 25 November 1909 to 22 September 1910.


Continued by The Blairmore enterprise.
Continued by The Blairmore graphic.

The Blairmore graphic

120 issues digitized from 1946-48

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 2 August 1946 to [?1951]. Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues The Blairmore enterprise and Frank vindicator.
Continues The Blairmore enterprise.

Bow Island review

659 issues digitized from 1910-23


The Bow Valley call

165 issues digitized from 1910-14

Weekly. Began publication with Year IV, no. 36 (Nov. 24, 1910); ceased with Year VI, no. 45 (Feb. 5, 1914)?
"Devoted to the Up-Building of Gleichen and the Development of the District Generally."


Continues Gleichen newspaper.
Continues Gleichen call.
Continued by Gleichen call (1914).

Bow Valley resource

269 issues digitized from 1931-36

Weekly. Published 20 August 1931 to 3 December 1936.


Bowden news

161 issues digitized from 1909-12

Weekly. Published July 1909 to 24 October 1912.


The Brandon mail

654 issues digitized from 1883-97

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 23 September 1883 to [?6 May 1897].


Continues Daily mail (Brandon, Man.).

The bulletin

8,115 issues digitized from 1880-1923


Continued by Edmonton bulletin (1881).

The buzzer

13 issues digitized from 1910-11

Weekly. Published 22 October 1910 to [14 January?] 1911.


The Calgary eye opener

153 issues digitized from 1902-22

Irregular. Imprint varies. Published [?April] 1911 to [?1923].


Continues Eye opener (High River, Alta.).

The Calgary weekly herald

614 issues digitized from 1883-01

Weekly; semi-weekly from 6 September 1893 to 12 December 1894. Imprint varies. Published 31 August 1883 to 29 September 1932. Originally published under the title Calgary herald, mining and ranche advocate and general advertiser. Later published under the title Calgary weekly herald (11 March 1887 to 28 March 1888); Calgary herald and Alberta livestock journal (4 April 1888 to 18 July 1888); Calgary weekly herald and Alberta livestock journal (25 July 1888 to 28 December 1892); Calgary weekly herald (4 January 1893 to 30 August 1893); Semi-weekly Calgary herald and Alberta livestock journal (6 September 1893 to 12 December 1894); Calgary weekly herald (19 December 1894 to 6 February 1895); Weekly herald (13 February 1895 to 14 March 1912); Calgary weekly herald (21 March 1912 to 7 March 1918); Alberta farmer and Calgary weekly herald (14 March 1918 to 29 September 1932).


Canadian pictorial and illustrated war news

11 issues digitized from 1885

Weekly. From vol. 1, no. 7 to vol. 1, no. 18 (16 May to 1 August 1885), issued under the title Canadian pictorial and illustrated war news. Publication providing coverage on the North-west rebellion.
Edited by J.W. Bengough (1851-1923), "cartoonist, editor, publisher, author, entertainer, and politician." Aptly described as "bombastically nationalistic." (John Wilson Bengough, Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online)


Continues Illustrated war news.

The Carbon chronicle

1,515 issues digitized from 1929-60

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 12 September 1929 to [?8 September] 1960.


Continues Carbon chronicle.
Continues Chronicle (Carbon, Alta.).

Carbon chronicle

43 issues digitized from 1927

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1922 to 27 October 1927.


Continued by Chronicle (Carbon, Alta.).
Continued by Carbon chronicle (1929).

Carbon news

50 issues digitized from 1921-22

Began publication with Jan. 1, 1920; ceased with Oct. 26, 1922.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.
Imprint varies: Feb. 17, 1921-June 15, 1922, Frank Peters.


Carlstadt news

144 issues digitized from 1912-15

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 August 1912 to 24 June 1915. Originally issued - 28 December 1911 to 25 July 1912 - under the title Carlstadt progress.


Continues Carlstadt progress.
Continued by The Alderson news.

Carlstadt progress

50 issues digitized from 1911-12

Weekly. Published 28 December 1911 to 25 July 1912. From 1 August 1912 issued under the title Carlstadt news.


Continued by Carlstadt news.
Continued by The Alderson news.

The Cayley hustler

186 issues digitized from 1909-13


The Champion chronicle

856 issues digitized from 1920-41

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 June 1919 to 13 November 1941.


Continued by Chronicle (Champion, Alta.).
Continued by The chronicle of Champion.

Chauvin chronicle

298 issues digitized from 1919-33

Weekly. Published 26 March, 1919 to 29 December, 1948. Merged with The Wainwright star to form the Star-chronicle (Wainwright, Alta.)
Includes section: Edgerton enterprise, May 8, 1946-Dec. 1948.
Imprint varies: 1925-1958, Leonard D'Albertanson, Jr.


Merged with The Wainwright star.
to form Star-chronicle (Wainwright, Alta.).
which was continued by The Wainwright star-chronicle.

Chinook advance

1,279 issues digitized from 1915-45

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 August 1914 to 1 November 1945. Publication suspended 15 April to 19 August, 9 September to 21 October 1920.


The chronicle

682 issues digitized from 1908-25

Imprint varies.
Weekly. Began publication with Dec. 25, 1907?; ceased between 1925 and Feb. 21, 1929.


Continued by The Crossfield chronicle.
Continued by Crossfield chronicle (1943).

The chronicle

12 issues digitized from 1907

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published March 1903 to October 1907.


Continued by The Raymond rustler.
Continued by The Raymond leader.
Continued by Recorder (Raymond, Alta.).

The chronicle

28 issues digitized from 1941-42

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 20 November 1941 to 21 May 1942.


Continues The Champion chronicle.
Continued by The chronicle of Champion.

The chronicle

95 issues digitized from 1927-29

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 3 November 1927 to 5 September 1929.


Continues Carbon chronicle.
Continued by Carbon chronicle (1929).

The chronicle of Champion

39 issues digitized from 1942-43

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 28 May 1942 to [?25 March 1943].


Continues The Champion chronicle.
Continues Chronicle (Champion, Alta.).

The Claresholm advertiser

86 issues digitized from 1914-16

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 15 April 1914 to 30 March 1916. Publication suspended 21 August to 21 October 1915. 7 April 1916, merged with Claresholm review to form Claresholm review-advertiser.


Merges with Claresholm review.
to form Claresholm review-advertiser.
Absorbed by Claresholm local press.

Claresholm review

419 issues digitized from 1907-16

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1904 to 16 March 1916. 7 April 1916, merged with Claresholm advertiser to form the Claresholm review-advertiser.


Merges with Claresholm advertiser.
to form Claresholm review-advertiser.
Absorbed by Claresholm local press.

Claresholm review-advertiser

437 issues digitized from 1916-28


Forms from the merger of Claresholm advertiser.
and Claresholm review.
Absorbed by Claresholm local press.

The Coleman bulletin

98 issues digitized from 1913-18

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published April 1912 to 27 December [1918?].


The Coleman journal

1,021 issues digitized from 1940-72

The Coleman journal

655 issues digitized from 1925-39

The Coleman journal and Crows Nest Pass advertiser

95 issues digitized from 1939-40


Continues The Coleman journal.
Continued by Coleman journal (1940).

Coleman miner

70 issues digitized from 1908-09

Weekly. Imprint varies. Began publication with Apr. 10, 1908?; ceased with Sept. 10, 1909.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continued by Coleman miner and Carbondale advocate.
Continued by Coleman miner (1910).

Coleman miner

24 issues digitized from 1910-11

Imprint varies. Began publication with vol. 3, no. 52 (Dec. 16, 1910); ceased with May 26, 1911?--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues Coleman miner.
Continues Coleman miner and Carbondale advocate.

Coleman miner and Carbondale advocate

60 issues digitized from 1909-10

Began publication with vol. 2, no. 37 (Sept. 17, 1909); ceased with vol. 3, no. 51 (Dec. 9, 1910).


Continues Coleman miner.
Continued by Coleman miner (1910).

Le courrier de l'Ouest

528 issues digitized from 1905-15

Weekly. Published from 1905 to 6 January 1916 in Edmonton, Alberta, this newspaper was "the only French language newspaper in Western Canada at the time of its first publication" (Alberta's Online Encyclopedia).


The Cowley chronicle and Lundbreck advertiser

9 issues digitized from 1909-10

Weekly. Published 17? September 1909 to 28 January 1910.


The Crossfield chronicle

662 issues digitized from 1929-42

Imprint varies.


Continues Chronicle (Crossfield, Alta.).
Continued by Crossfield chronicle (1943).

Crossfield chronicle

500 issues digitized from 1943-53

Daily mail

99 issues digitized from 1882-83

Daily. Imprint varies. Published 19 December 1882 to 22 September 1883.


Continued by The Brandon mail.

Didsbury pioneer

2,614 issues digitized from 1903-59

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 13 February 1903 to 2 January 1974. Amalgamated 9 January 1974 with Didsbury booster to from Didsbury booster and Mountain View country news.


The Didsbury review

1,191 issues digitized from 1991-2016

Weekly. Imprint varies. Amalgamated with the Carstairs Courier in 2016 to form the Mountain View Gazette.


L'écho de Manitoba

142 issues digitized from 1898-1900

Weekly. Variations in the imprint title.


The Edmonton capital

1,066 issues digitized from 1910-14


Continued by Edmonton daily capital.

The Edmonton Saturday mirror

9 issues digitized from 1912-13

A journal of protest and conviction.
Weekly. Began with Nov. 16, 1912; ceased with Jan. 11? 1913.--Cf. Alberta newspapers 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues Mirror (Edmonton, Alta.).

Empress express

1,029 issues digitized from 1913-36

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 6 June 1913 to 27 August 1936. Publication suspended [25 December?] 1924 to 12 March 1925.


Étoile de St. Albert

124 issues digitized from 1912-14


Continued by Étoile de St. Albert.

The evening chronicle

286 issues digitized from 1907-08

Weekly edition issued as: Strathcona chronicle.


The eye opener

60 issues digitized from 1902-11

Irregular. Imprint varies. Published 4 March 1902 to 11 February 1911.


Continued by The Calgary eye opener.

The farm and ranch review

178 issues digitized from 1944-59

Monthly. Title varies. Western-Canadian agricultural publication. In 1966, absorbed by a national farm magazine, Family herald.


Continued by Family herald.

Folio

1,555 issues digitized from 1964-2007


Absorbs The new trail.
Continued in part by New trail.

Le franco

1,353 issues digitized from 1979-2000

Le seul journal de langue française de l'Alberta.
Weekly. Began with Mar. 2, 1979.


Continues La survivance.
Continues Le franco-albertain.

Le franco-albertain

554 issues digitized from 1967-79

Weekly. Official publication of l'Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta. Originally issued - from vol. 1, no. 1 (16 November 1928) to volume 39, no. 50 (8 November 1967) - under the title La survivance. From 1979 onward, issued under the title Le franco.


Continues La survivance.
Continued by Le franco.

The Frank paper

93 issues digitized from 1907-09

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 June 1905 to 11 November 1909.


Continues Drill (Frank, Alta.).

The Frank vindicator

135 issues digitized from 1910-13

Weekly. Imprint varies. Began with vol. 1, no. 2 (Sept. 30, 1910); ceased in 1915?


Continues The Frank vindicator and Blairmore advertiser.

The Frank vindicator and Blairmore advertiser

1 issues digitized from 1910

Began and ceased publication with vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 22, 1910).


Continued by The Frank vindicator.

The gateway

3,882 issues digitized from 1910-2016

Weekly. Description based on vol. 64, no. 1 (4 September 1973). Special centenary edition issued as vol. XCIX (19 September 2008). Student newspaper of the University of Alberta.
The Gateway made its debut at the University of Alberta on 21 November 1910. The newspaper was founded when a group of students gathered at the home of Libby Lloyd to discuss the creation of a student newspaper. Albert Edward Ottewell was The Gateway's first editor-in-chief.


The gazette

152 issues digitized from 1966-70

Began with Vol. 6-34 (Sept. 10, 1966); ceased with vol. 11, no. 13 (April 1, 1970).
Published by W.E.J. Publications beginning April 8, 1968.
"A weekly publication for: St. Albert - Morinville - Legal - Riviere - Qui Barre - Villeneuve - Mearns - Alcomdale - Calihoo - Lancaster Park - Namao - Bon Accord - Griesbach - Gibbons - Horse Hills - Volmer - Vimy - Clyde".
Issues for Sept. 10-Oct. 5, 1966 numbered as vol. 6-34-vol. 6-38 (i.e. vol. 6, no. 34-vol. 6, no. 38).
Issues for Dec. 7, 1966 (-Jan. 18?, 1967) called vol. 7 instead of vol. 6; this error is not corrected, with the next volume designated as vol. 8.
Not published: July 12? & Dec. 27, 1967; and: Jan. 1, July 9-16 & Dec. 31, 1969.
Issues for Dec. 13, 1967-Jan. 31, 1968 numbered incorrectly as issues of vol. 2 rather than vol. 8.
Issue for May 1, 1968 called vol. 1 in error.
Vol. 10, no. 22 skipped in numbering.
Vol. 10, no. 40 repeated in numbering.


Continues St. Albert gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continued by St. Albert & Sturgeon gazette.
Continued by Gazette (St. Albert, Alta. : 1974).

The gazette

293 issues digitized from 1974-79

Began with Vol. 15, No. 12 (March 20th, 1974); ceased in 1989?
Not published: Jan. 1 & July 2, 1975; July 18, 1979; and: last week of each Dec. for 1974-
Vol. 16, no. 26 and vol. 20, no. 29 each skipped in numbering.
Appears to have merged with: Gazette (Morinville, Alta.), to form: St. Albert & Morinville gazette.


Continues St. Albert gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continues Gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continues St. Albert & Sturgeon gazette.

Gleichen call

186 issues digitized from 1907-10

Weekly. Began with Year I, no. 3 (Apr. 4, 1907); ceased with Year IV, no. 35 (Nov. 17, 1910).


Continues Gleichen newspaper.
Continued by The Bow Valley call.
Continued by Gleichen call (1914).

Gleichen call

2,041 issues digitized from 1910-56

Weekly. Began publication with Year VI, no. 47 (Feb. 12, 1914)?; ceased with vol. 49, no. 29 (Oct. 3, 1956)?


Continues Gleichen newspaper.
Continues Gleichen call.
Continues The Bow Valley call.

Gleichen newspaper

2 issues digitized from 1907

Weekly. Began with Year I, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1907); ceased with Year I, no. 2 (Mar. 28, 1907).


Continued by Gleichen call.
Continued by The Bow Valley call.
Continued by Gleichen call (1914).

The grain growers' guide

504 issues digitized from 1909-19

Grain Growers' Guide (1908-1928) is described as "the most important publication of the early farm movement." (The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan). It was first published by the Grain Growers Grain Company (G.G.G.C.) under the editorial leadership of E.A. Partridge, one of the founders of the farming cooperative. From vol. 21, no. 7 (2 April 1928) to vol. 29, no. 5 (May 1936), issued under the title Country Guide, which continues to be published in Winnipeg by the United Grain Growers.
In [1936], merges with The Nor'west farmer to form The country guide and Nor-west farmer. These publications - The Nor'west farmer, Winnipeg: Nor'west Farmer, 1882-1936 and The country guide and Nor-west farmer, Winnipeg: [s.n.], 1936-1942 - are described separately in the bibliography.


The illustrated war news

7 issues digitized from 1885

Weekly. From vol. 1, no. 7 to vol. 1, no. 18 (16 May to 1 August 1885), issued under the title Canadian pictorial and illustrated war news. Publication providing coverage on the North-west rebellion.
Edited by J.W. Bengough (1851-1923), "cartoonist, editor, publisher, author, entertainer, and politician." Aptly described as "bombastically nationalistic." (John Wilson Bengough, Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online)


Continued by Canadian pictorial and illustrated war news.

Irma times

1,960 issues digitized from 1917-59

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published [9?] February 1917 to 29 August 1969 as Irma times. 3 September 1969 amalgamated with Viking news to form Viking news and Irma times. Publication suspended 28 March to 14 May 1925.


The Lacombe advertiser and central Alberta news

61 issues digitized from 1908-09

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 25 June 1908 to 26 August 1909.


Continues The advertiser and central Alberta news.

The Lacombe globe

40 issues digitized from 1938-39

Imprint varies. Began publication with vol. 34, no. 30 (Apr. 28, 1938).--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues Western globe (Lacombe, Alta.).

The Lacombe guardian

168 issues digitized from 1913-16

Weekly. Published 30 May 1913 to 25 August 1916.


La liberté

2,075 issues digitized from 1971-2015

Weekly. Manitoba French-language newspaper. Continues Liberté et le patriote.


Continues La liberté et le patriote.
which formed from the merger of Liberté (Winnipeg, Man. : 1913).
and Le patriote de l'Ouest.

La liberté

1,448 issues digitized from 1913-41

Weekly. Manitoba French-language newspaper. In 1941, merges with the Saskatchewan newspaper Le patriote de l'Ouest to form Liberté et le patriote.


Merges with Le patriote de l'Ouest.
to form La liberté et le patriote.
Continued by Liberté (St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Man. : 1971).

La liberté et le patriote

1,531 issues digitized from 1941-71

Weekly. Manitoba French-language newspaper. Forms from the merger of Saskatchewan newspaper Le patriote de l'Ouest and Manitoba newspaper La Liberté.


Forms from the merger of Le patriote de l'Ouest.
and Liberté (Winnipeg, Man. : 1913).
Continued by Liberté (St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Man. : 1971).

Lomond press

250 issues digitized from 1916-26

Weekly. Published [11?] August, 1916 to 9 September, 1926.


Lomond press

1 issues digitized from 1928

Began and ceased publication with Nov. 15, 1928. "Prospectus issue pub. by B.N. Woodhull of Champion Chronicle" -- Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982: an historical directory.


The Macleod chronicle

4 issues digitized from 1908-09

Weekly. Began publication in July? 1908; ceased in June? 1909.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues Macleod gazette (1907).
Continues Weekly chronicle (Fort Macleod, Alta.).

The Macleod times

5 issues digitized from 1920

Weekly. Began publication with Mar. 10, 1920; ceased with Apr. 14, 1920--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continued by The Macleod times and Macleod weekly news.
Continued by Macleod gazette (1931).

The Macleod times and Macleod weekly news

549 issues digitized from 1920-30

Imprint varies.
Weekly. Began publication with Apr. 21, 1920; ceased in Dec. 18, 1930.--Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues The Macleod times.
Continued by Macleod gazette (1931).

Le Manitoba

1,820 issues digitized from 1885-1925

Weekly. Issued 1881 to 1925. Founded by Alphonse Larivière.


Continues Métis (Winnipeg, Man. : 1871).

Le Métis

489 issues digitized from 1871-81

Weekly. Issued 1871 to 1881.


Continued by Manitoba (1881).

The mirror

12 issues digitized from 1912

Weekly. Began with Aug. 23, 1912; ceased with Nov. 9, 1912.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continued by The Edmonton Saturday mirror.

The mirror journal

348 issues digitized from 1911-29

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 2 November 1911 to 25 January [1929?]. Publication suspended 30 June 1916 to 23 October 1919 and 24 September 1924 to 3 May 1928.


The mirror mail

54 issues digitized from 1926-27

Weekly. Published December 1925 to 16 June [1927?].


The Monitor news

311 issues digitized from 1916-22

Weekly. Published December 1915 to 29 June 1922. Amalgamated with the Consort enterprise in June 1922. From 8 June to 29 June 1922 the Monitor news and Consort enterprise were published as separate sections of the same newspaper.


Moose Jaw times

307 issues digitized from 1893-99

Imprint varies. Began with vol. 5, no. 24 (Dec. 1, 1893); ceased in 1906.
Place of publication printed as: Moose Jaw, N.W.T. (Saskatchewan was not officially recognized as a province until 1905).


Continues Times (Moose Jaw, Sask.).
Continued by Moose Jaw evening times.

The Munson mail

106 issues digitized from 1916-18


Continued by Drumheller mail.

The new Raymond recorder

218 issues digitized from 1950-55

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 16 March 1950 to 25 March 1955.


Continues The Raymond recorder.
Continues Raymond-Magrath recorder.
Continues Raymond recorder (1929).
Continued by Raymond recorder (1955).

News

735 issues digitized from 1906-20

Imprint varies. Began publication with Jan. 1905; ceased with Nov. 24, 1920.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continued by Red Deer news.

The northern tribune

391 issues digitized from 1932-39

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 30 June 1932 to 10 August 1939.


Continued by Herald-tribune.
Continued by Grande Prairie herald.

L'Ouest canadien

111 issues digitized from 1898-1900


The outcrop

342 issues digitized from 1900-07

Imprint varies. Published [7 June?] 1900 to 17 January 1907.


Oyen news

839 issues digitized from 1914-35

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published [February?] 1914 to 26 June [1935?].


Le patriote de l'Ouest

1,085 issues digitized from 1910-32

Weekly. From 1913 onward, published in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Publication suspended from 10 November 1910 to 31 May 1911. Saskatchewan French-language newspaper. In 1941, merges with the Winnipeg newspaper La liberté to form Liberté et le patriote.


Merges with Liberté (Winnipeg, Man. : 1913).
to form La liberté et le patriote.
Continued by Liberté (St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Man. : 1971).

The people's weekly

233 issues digitized from 1944-52

Frequency varies. From 4 September 1936 to 1 September 1941 and from 6 January 1945 to 2 September 1950, weekly. From 13 September 1941 to 23 December 1944 and from 16 September 1950 to 1 September 1951, biweekly. From 27 October to 20 December 1952, monthly. Official publication of Alberta Federation of Labour. From 1944 to 1952, official publication of Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. In 1953, People’s weekly, is absorbed by Commonwealth (Regina, Sask.)
From 1920 to 1936, issued under the title Alberta labour news. Originates, at least in part, with Edmonton free press, the official organ of Edmonton Trades and Labor Council. This publication was issued from 12 April 1919 to 28 August 1920. From [1920?] to [1943?], the Labour Day editions of Alberta labour news and People’s weekly served as the yearbook of the Alberta labour movement. This publication - Alberta labor annual, Edmonton: Alberta Labor News, [1920?]- - is described separately in the bibliography. Digitized copies of several of the yearbooks are available there.


absorbs Alberta labor annual.

The Ponoka herald

350 issues digitized from 1902-23


Poundmaker

62 issues digitized from 1972-74

Weekly (during academic year). Publication of an independent University of Alberta student society. Eventually, it disassociates itself from the U. of A. and established itself as Edmonton's "alternative newspaper." (Gloria Strathern, Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982: An historical directory, p. 110)


Prince Albert times and Saskatchewan review

476 issues digitized from 1882-92

Weekly. Began with Nov. 1, 1882 issue; ceased with June 29, 1892 issue.--Cf. Historical directory of Saskatchewan newspapers, 1878-1983.
Merged with: The Saskatchewan; to form: The Saskatchewan Times.


Merged with Saskatchewan (Prince Albert, Sask.).
to form The Saskatchewan times.
which was continued by Prince Albert times.

Le progrès

212 issues digitized from 1909-13


Continued by Le Progrès albertain.

The progress

104 issues digitized from 1898-1900

Qu'Appelle was for a time located in what was then known as the District of Assiniboia in the North-West Territories; this area eventually became part of the province of Saskatchewan.
Vol. 1, no. 12 (Dec. 29, 1898)- include section titled: The Valley echo.


Continues Qu'Appelle progress.

Qu'Appelle progress

677 issues digitized from 1885-98

Weekly. Began with vol. I, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1885); ceased with vol. 14, no. 10 (Dec. 22, 1898).
Vol. 1, no. 1-11, Oct. 13-Dec. 22, 1898 include section titled: The Vedette.


Continued by The progress.

The Raymond leader

248 issues digitized from 1911-17

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 2 June 1911 to [December?] 1917.


Continues Chronicle (Raymond, Alta.).
Continues The Raymond rustler.
Continued by Recorder (Raymond, Alta.).

The Raymond recorder

176 issues digitized from 1925-28

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published [March?] 1923 to 7 December 1928.
Numbering jumps from vol. 6, no. 1 (Feb. 10, 1928) to vol. 26, no. 2 (Feb. 17, 1928) and then to vol. 27, no. 3 (Feb. 24, 1928).


Continued by Raymond-Magrath recorder.
Continued by Raymond recorder (1929).
Continued by The new Raymond recorder.
Continued by Raymond recorder (1955).

Raymond recorder

1,018 issues digitized from 1929-49

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 11 January 1929 to [21 July 1949?].


Continues The Raymond recorder.
Continues Raymond-Magrath recorder.
Continued by The new Raymond recorder.
Continued by Raymond recorder (1955).

Raymond recorder

54 issues digitized from 1956-55

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 1 April 1955 to December [1956?]


Continues The Raymond recorder.
Continues Raymond-Magrath recorder.
Continues Raymond recorder (1929).
Continues New Raymond recorder.

The Raymond rustler

97 issues digitized from 1909-11

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published October 1907 to [June?] 1911.


Continues Chronicle (Raymond, Alta.).
Continued by The Raymond leader.
Continued by Recorder (Raymond, Alta.).

Raymond-Magrath recorder

4 issues digitized from 1928-29

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 13 December 1928 to 3 January 1929.


Continues The Raymond recorder.
Continued by Raymond recorder (1929).
Continued by The new Raymond recorder.
Continued by Raymond recorder (1955).

The rebel

16 issues digitized from 1937-39

Monthly. Published 24 April 1937 to 1 April 1939.


Red Deer news

265 issues digitized from 1920-26

Began publication with Dec. 1?, 1920; ceased with May 5, 1926.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory. Sold to the Red Deer Advocate and ceased publication in May 1926.


Continues News (Red Deer, Alta.).

Redcliff review

1,442 issues digitized from 1910-40

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 21 November 1910 to 6 June [1940?]. Publication suspended September to December 1911 and 11 August to 6 October 1921.


The reflector

10 issues digitized from 1911

Weekly. Published 6 June 1911 to 8 August [1911?].


Rural weekly news and Rube's farm fun

2 issues digitized from 1915-16

Weekly. Published 1912 to [1917?].


The Saskatchewan times

171 issues digitized from 1892-95

Weekly. Began with July 13, 1892 issue; ceased with Nov. 9, 1905 issue.--Cf. Historical directory of Saskatchewan newspapers, 1878-1983.


Formed from the union of Saskatchewan (Prince Albert, Sask.).
and Prince Albert times and Saskatchewan review.
Continued by Prince Albert times.

Saturday news

320 issues digitized from 1905-12

Weekly. Imprint varies.


Scandinavian Centre news

298 issues digitized from 1958-87


St. Albert & Sturgeon gazette

198 issues digitized from 1970-74

Began with vol. 11, no. 14 (April 8, 1970); ceased with vol. 15, no. 11 (March 13, 1974).
Vol. 11, no. 24 skipped in numbering.
Not published: July 8-15, 1970; Aug. 8, 1973; and: last week of each Dec. 1970-1973.
Issue for July 11, 1973 lacks volume designation and called no. 27 in error, but constitutes vol. 14, no. 28.
Issues for Aug. 1-22, 1973 called vol. 14, no. 30-32 in error, but constitute no. 31-33.


Continues St. Albert gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continues Gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continued by Gazette (St. Albert, Alta. : 1974).

St. Albert gazette

239 issues digitized from 1949-53

Began in 1948; ceased with Vol. 6, No. 33 (August 13, 1953). Absorbed by Morinville journal.
Published by Sun Publishing Co. Ltd. beginning Mar. 12, 1953.
Issues for July 14 and July 21, 1950 each called vol. 2, no. 48.
Vol. 4 complete in (19?) issues, with vol. numbering adjusted to match calendar year beginning with vol. 5.
Not published final week of 1952?


Absorbed by Morinville journal.

St. Albert gazette

192 issues digitized from 1961-66

Began with Vol. 1, No. 1 (June 17, 1961); ceased with Vol. 6-33 (Sept. 3, 1966). Continued by Gazette.
Published by Sturgeon Publishing Ltd. beginning Feb. 6, 1965.
Issue for Dec. 29, 1962 lacks volume/number.
Not published: Jan. 5, 1963; Jan. 4 & Aug. 22, 1964; Jan. 2 & Aug. 7-14, 1965; and: Jan. 1, 1966.
Issues for Aug. 24, 1963-Sept. 3, 1966 numbered as vol. 3-32-vol. 6-33 (i.e. vol. 3, no. 32-vol. 6, no. 33).
Vol. 3, no. 32 and 40 each repeated in numbering.
Vol. 5, no. 2 (Jan. 16, 1965) called vol. 5, no. 1 (Jan. 9, 1965) in error.
Vol. 5, no. 6 repeated in numbering.
Unnumbered special issue published Dec. 24, 1965.


Continued by Gazette (St. Albert, Alta.).
Continued by St. Albert & Sturgeon gazette.
Continued by Gazette (St. Albert, Alta. : 1974).

The star-chronicle

35 issues digitized from 1949

Began with Jan. 19, 1949; ceased with Sept. 21, 1949.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.
Formed by the union of: Chauvin chronicle; Edgerton enterprise; and Wainwright star.
Some issues include sections: Chauvin chronicle; and: Edgerton enterprise.


Formed from the merger of The Wainwright star.
and Chauvin chronicle.
Continued by The Wainwright star-chronicle.

Stony Plain sun

887 issues digitized from 1921-38

Weekly. Published [5?] August 1920 to 27 October [1938?].


The Strathcona chronicle

54 issues digitized from 1907-09

Began publication in 1904; ceased in 1911?--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.
Weekly, Apr. 26, 1907-Nov. 14, 1908? ; Biweekly, Nov. 17, 1909-
Daily edition issued as: Strathcona evening chronicle.


The Strathmore & Bow Valley standard

951 issues digitized from 1909-29

Began with vol. 1, no. [1] (Oct. 2, 1909); ceased with vol. 20, no. 41 (July 31st, 1929).
Imprint varies.
First issue misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 2.


Continued by Strathmore standard.
Continued by Strathmore and Bow Valley standard (1947).
Continued by Strathmore standard (1955).

The Strathmore and Bow Valley standard

65 issues digitized from 1947-48

Began with Oct. 2, 1947; ceased with Mar. 3, 1955 issue.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.
Imprint varies.


Continues Strathmore and Bow Valley standard (1909).
Continues Strathmore standard.
Continued by Strathmore standard (1955).

Strathmore standard

878 issues digitized from 1929-47

Began with vol. 20, no. 42 (Aug. 7th, 1929); ceased with vol. 38, no. 48 (Sept. 25th, 1947).


Continues Strathmore and Bow Valley standard (1909).
Continued by Strathmore and Bow Valley standard (1947).
Continued by Strathmore standard (1955).

La survivance

1,986 issues digitized from 1928-67

Weekly. Official publication of l'Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta. First published in 1928, La survivance was the main weekly newspaper of the French community in Alberta. It offers an invaluable account of the francophone community.
From 1967 to 1979, issued under the title Le franco-albertain. From 1979 onward, issued under the title Le franco.


Continued by Le franco-albertain.

Taber free press

122 issues digitized from 1907-10

Weekly. Published 21 February 1907 to 25 August [1910?]. Publication suspended 9 December 1909 to 3 February 1910.


The times

171 issues digitized from 1890-93

Irregular. Began publication in 1889 or 1890; ceased with vol. 5, no. 23 (Nov. 24, 1893).
Place of publication printed as: Moose Jaw, N.W.T. (Saskatchewan was not officially recognized as a province until 1905).
"Historical directory of Saskatchewan newspapers, 1878-1983" documents the "Moose Jaw Times-Herald" as having begun publication in April 1889. However, randomly checked digitized issues from Jan. 10, 1890-Nov. 24, 1893 all show "The Times" as the masthead title.


Continued by Moose Jaw times.
Continued by Moose Jaw evening times.

The Trochu times

4 issues digitized from 1909

Published 1909 to [1913?].


The U.F.A.

217 issues digitized from 1922-33

Issued twice monthly. Description based on vol. 1, no. 1 (1 March 1922). Publication of the United Farmers of Alberta. From vol. 14 (1934) to vol 16, no. 9 (27 March 1936) issued under the title United Farmer. In 1936, superseded by The Western farm leader.


Continued by United farmer.
Continued by The western farm leader.
Absorbed by The western producer.

L'union

202 issues digitized from 1917-29

From 1917 to October 1918, Semimonthly. From November Nov. 1918 to 1929, weekly.


Vermilion signal

5 issues digitized from 1906-08

Weekly. Published 1 March 1906 to [24 February 1910?].


Vulcan advocate

2,702 issues digitized from 1913-67

Weekly


Vulcan review

54 issues digitized from 1912-13

Weekly


Wainwright record

69 issues digitized from 1933-34

Weekly. Published 2 August 1933 to 12 December [1934?].


Continues Wainwright commercial.

The Wainwright star

1,440 issues digitized from 1908-49

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 6 November 1908 to 12 January 1949. Merged with Chauvin chronicle and Edgerton enterprise to form the Star-chronicle (Wainwright, Alta.)


Merged with Chauvin chronicle.
to form Star-chronicle (Wainwright, Alta.).
which was continued by The Wainwright star-chronicle.

The Wainwright star-chronicle

64 issues digitized from 1949-50

Imprint varies. Began with Sept. 28, 1949.--Cf. Alberta Newspapers 1880-1982: an historical directory.
Some issues include sections: Chauvin chronicle; and: Edgerton enterprise.


Continues Star-chronicle (Wainwright, Alta.).
, which was formed from the merger of The Wainwright star.
and Chauvin chronicle.

The weekly chronicle

3 issues digitized from 1908

Weekly. Began with Apr. 9, 1908; ceased in June? 1908.--Cf. Alberta newspapers, 1880-1982 : an historical directory.


Continues Macleod gazette (1907).
Continued by The Macleod chronicle.

The western farm leader

443 issues digitized from 1936-54


Continues The U.F.A..
Continues United farmer.
Absorbed by The western producer.

Western globe

1,157 issues digitized from 1907-38

Weekly. Imprint varies. Published 22 December 1903 to 21 April 1938.


Continued by The Lacombe globe.

The Western mirror

40 issues digitized from 1937-40

Edited and printed by the students of Western Canada High School.


The Wetaskiwin times

1,287 issues digitized from 1901-33

Continued by Times from 23 April 1958 to 17 August 1966, and from 17 April 1968 to 15 August 1979. In July 1983, Times merged with the News-advertiser to form the Wetaskiwin times advertiser.
The issue for 3 January 1906 seems to be misprinted; it is likely from January 1907.


Continued by Times.
Merged with News-advertiser.
to form Wetaskiwin times advertiser.