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The United Church of Canada Archives is now open at new location in Toronto
Posted 17 October 2013
By Rick Roberts

The United Church of Canada Archives is now open for researchers at its new new location at 40 Oak Street in Toronto. There is an Open House on October 25, 2013 to officially launch the new facility.

The collection that is housed in the United Church of Canada Archives includes the General Council Archives and the Central Ontario Conferences Archives serving Bay of Quinte, Hamilton, London, Manitou, and Toronto Conferences. Many materials that were previously stored offsite because of capacity issues at the old Bloor Street facility, are archived and available onsite.

Here is a link for more information about the holdings and services offerred by the United Church of Canada Archives.

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