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(1989). List of Northern specialists at Canadian
THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTHERN ONTARIO
LA BIBLIOGRAPHIE DU NORD DE L'ONTARIO
19661966-1991
Part I: General
Partie I: Généralités
RESEARCH AIDS
INSTRUMENTS DE RECHERCHE
1.Dictionaries,
1.Dictionaries, directories
Dictionnaires, répertoires
General
Généralités
0001. (1978- ). Northern Ontario directory. Toronto: Ministry of Northern Affairs, Information Services Branch. Annual.
Issue for 1978 published in 3 parts under title Directory '78: pt. 1, Incorporated communities.--pt. 2, Unincorporated
communities.--pt. 3, Indian reserves. In 1977, the information in these parts was published in separate pamphlets. Issues
from 1982/1983- include information from pts 2 and 3 only.
0002. Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies / Association universitaire canadienne d'études nordiques.
(1989). List of Northern specialists at Canadian universities / Liste des spécialistes du Nord dans les universités
canadiennes. 3rd ed. / 3e éd. Ottawa: [The Author / L'Auteur]. 176p. (Occasional publication / Publication occasionnelle,
14). LUL.
0003. Bond, Mary E. (1989). Annuaires canadiens, 1790-1987: une bibliographie et un index des noms de lieux. Ottawa:
Bibliothèque nationale. 3 tomes. Tome 3, Ontario.
0004. Bond, Mary E. (1989). Canadian directories, 1790-1987: a bibliography and place name index. Ottawa: National
Library. 3 vols. Vol. 3 contains Ontario.
Local
Local
North Bay
0005. (1911- ). Vernon's North Bay city directory . Hamilton: Vernon Directories. Annual. Title varies.
Sault Ste. Marie
0006. (1908- ). Vernon's city of Sault Ste. Marie directory. Hamilton: Vernon Directories. Annual.
Sudbury
0007. (1911- ). Vernon's city of Sudbury directory. Hamilton: Vernon Directories. Annual. Title varies.
Thunder Bay
0008. (1970- ). Henderson's Thunder Bay, Ontario, city directory. Vancouver: Henderson Directories. Published every
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two years. Formerly (19-- - 1969): Henderson's Lakehead city directory, including Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario.
Timmins
0009. (1979- ). City of Timmins directory. Hamilton: [Vernons]. TIPL.
2.Bibliographies, guides, indexes
Bibliographies, guides, index
0010. (1973- ). Ontario government publications. Toronto: [Ministry of Government Services]. Annual.
0011. (1975- ). Canadian business index. Toronto: Information Access. Monthly with annual cumulations. Indexes
Northern Ontario Business and Norther Miner Magazine. Covers a wide range of topics. Formerly: Canadian business
periodicals index (1975-1980).
0012. (1978). A selected bibliography of documents relating to Northern Ontario, 1969-1977. [Toronto]: Ministry of
Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, Economic Development Branch.
0013. (1986- ). Faculty publications du corps professoral. Prepared by Special Vice-presidential Committee on the Faculty
Bibliography. Sudbury: Laurentian University. Published biennially.
0014. (1990- ). Faculty research expertise Laurentian University / Inventaire des compétences en recherche. Sudbury:
Laurentian University, School of Graduate Studies and Research / Université Laurentienne, École des Études supérieures
et de la recherche. Annual / annuel.
0015. Barr, Elinor (comp.). (1987). Northwestern Ontario books: a bibliography: alphabetical by title. Thunder Bay:
Ontario Library Services, Nipigon. 31p.
0016. Bishop, Olga. (1976). Publications of the Government of Ontario, 1867-1900. Toronto: Ministry of Government
Services. xi, 410p.
0017. Bucksar, R.G. (1968). Bibliography of socio-economic development of Northern Ontario (Northwestern and
Northeastern Regions). Ottawa: Canadian Research Centre for Anthropology. 112p. Compiled under direction of J.R.
Lotz. (Special publications). Supplement. Toronto: Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, 1969.
64 leaves. And Supplement. Toronto: Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, Regional
Development Branch, 1972. 86 leaves.
0018. MacTaggart, Hazel I., and Kenneth E. Sundquist (comps.). (1975). Publications of the government of Ontario,
1956-1971: a checklist. Toronto: Ministry of Government Services. xi, 410p.
0019. Robinson, David (comp.). (1991). Resources for project evaluation at Laurentian University: sourcebook. Sudbury:
Laurentian University, Institute of Northern Ontario Research and Development. 59p. Includes Northeastern Ontario
references.
0020. Spencer, Lorraine, and Susan Holland. (1968). Northern Ontario: a bibliography. Toronto: University of Toronto
Press. x, 121p.
0021. Stelter, Gilbert, and John Rowan (comps.). (1972). Community development in Northeastern Ontario: a selected
bibliography. Sudbury: Laurentian University Press. v, 57p.
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0022. Wong, Chuck (comp.). (1975). A checklist of university theses on Northeastern Ontario. Sudbury: Laurentian
University Library. 45p.
0023. Mid-Canada Corridor Symposium. (1969). Bibliography of Canada's mid-north. Toronto: McLean Hunter.
SOURCES
SOURCES
3.Sources
Sources
Atlases, cartography, toponomy
Atlas, cartographie, toponymie
0024. Alison, R.M. (1976). "Indian geographical names in Ontario." Ontario Fish and Wildlife Review 15, no. 1(Spring):
12-17. SPL.
0025. Carter, Floreen Ellen. (1984). Place names of Ontario. [London]: [Phelps Publishing Company]. 2 vols.
0026. Christiansen, Linda (comp.). (1982). Index to published maps, geological series, Northwestern Ontario. Toronto:
Ministry of Natural Resources. 1 map.
0027. Fraser, J. Keith. (1968). "Place names." In Science, history and Hudson Bay. Vol. 1: 236-62. Includes Albany River,
Attawapiskat and Winisk River.
0028. Gagnon, Michelle Béatrice. (1990). A geography of accented geographical names in Ontario. 39p. B.A. essay,
Laurentian University. Includes Northern Ontario. LUL.
0029. Lorch, Brian and Brian A.M. Phillips. (1991). A census atlas of Northwestern Ontario: an atlas of demographic,
social and economic themes selected from the 1986 census. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University. vii, 162p. (Lakehead
University Centre for Northern Studies occasional paper, 6).
0030. Mika, Nick, and Helma Mika. (1977-1983). Places in Ontario: their name origins and history. Belleville: Mika
Publishing. 3 vols. v.1. A to E.--v.2.F to M.--v.3. N to Z.
0031. Ruggle, Richard. (1990). A country so interesting: the Hudson's Bay Company and two centuries of mapping,
1670-1870. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.
0032. Royal Commission on the Northern Environment. (1985). North of 50°: an atlas of far Northern Ontario.
Commissioner: J.E.J. Fahlgren. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. xviii, 119p. Cartography by Department of
Geography, University of Toronto, under direction of Geoffrey Matthews. Four sets of maps from the atlas published
separately. [1]. 13 maps on climate, land surface and geology.--[2]. 16 maps on biology, wildlife.--[3]. 12 maps on history,
population, educational and medical centres and transportation.--[4]. 12 maps on resources.
0033. Royal Commission on the Northern Environment. (1978). Maps, graphs, charts, Ontario north of 50°: a background
reference. Toronto: Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry. 24p.
0034. Thomson, Don W. (1984). Men and meridians: the history of surveying and mapping in Canada. Volume 1.
Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Surveys and Mapping Branch. 344p. Includes "Early probers of
Canada's Seas and Great Lakes." Originally published 1966.
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0035. Thomson, Don W. (1984). Men and meridians: the history of surveying and mapping in Canada. Volume 2.
Ottawa: Energy, Mines and Resources, Surveys and Mapping Branch, Canadian Hydrographic Services. 370p. Includes
"The Ontario-Manitoba boundary: completion surveys." Originally published 1969.
Statistics
Statistiques
General
Généralités
Généralités
0036. (1975). Directory of statistics and data for unincorporated communities in the northern region. Toronto: Ministry of
Natural Resources, Northern Affairs Branch. 46p.
0037. Peat Marwick Stevenson and Kellogg Management Consultants. (1991). Project report: feasibility study for a
Northern Ontario database. Prepared for Lakehead and Laurentian Universities and the Ministry of Northern
Development and Mines. Toronto: The Author. ii, 76p.
0038. Suokas, P., H. Anders and C. Dobson. (1984/85). 1984 regional socio-economic data review. Toronto: Ministry of
Transportation and Communications. Contents: 5100. Northwestern region.--5101. Eastern region.--5102. Northern
region.--5103. Southwestern region. Addendum (1986) ... Northern region--5105. Addendum ... Northwestern
region--5106. Addendum ... Eastern region--5107. Addendum ... Southwestern region--5108. Addendum ... Central region.
LHUL.
Regional studies
Études régionales
Northeastern Ontario
Nord--Est de l'Ontario
Nord
0039. (1975). Directory of statistics and data for incorporated communities in the northeastern region. Toronto: Ministry
of Natural Resources, Northern Affairs Branch. 263p.
Northwestern Ontario
Nord--Ouest de l'Ontario
Nord
0040. (1972-1973). Directory of community statistics and data in Northwestern Ontario. [Thunder Bay]: Department of
Mines and Northern Affairs, Northern Affairs Branch, Northwestern Region.
0041. (1975). Directory of statistics and data for incorporated communities in Northwestern Ontario. Toronto: Ministry of
Natural Resources, Northern Affairs Branch. 204p. Issued by Northwestern/North Central Regions.
0042. (1975). Directory of statistics and data for unincorporated communities in Northwestern Ontario. Toronto: Ministry
of Natural Resources, Northern Affairs Branch. 204p.
0043. (1979). Statistical profile, Northwestern Ontario Region. Toronto: Ministry of Treasury and Economics, Economic
Development Branch. 3, [37] leaves.
0044. (1979). Statistical profile: Northeastern Ontario Region. [Toronto]: Ministry of Treasury and Economics, Economic
Development Branch, Office of Economic Policy. 3, [67]p.
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ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS, RESEARCH CENTRES
ARCHIVES, BIBLIOTHÈQUES, MUSÉES, CENTRES DE RECHERCHE
4.Archives, libraries, museums, research centres
Archives, bibliothèques, musées, centres de recherche
General
Généralités
0045. (1982). Directory of Ontario museums: art galleries, archives and related institutions. Toronto: Ontario Museum
Association. SPL.
0046. (1988- ). Information Sudbury Annual Report. SPL (Mary Shantz Room).
Archives
Archives
General
Généralités
0047. Moodie, D.W. (1977). "The Hudson's Bay Company's archives: a resource for historical geography." Canadian
Geographer / Le Géographe canadien 21, no. 3(Autumn/automne): 268-274.
0048. Smith, Shirlee Anne. (1983). "Hudson's Bay Company Archives, 1670-1870: a reference source for natural
historians." In Contributions to the history of North American natural history: 85-9.
Local studies
Études locales
Thunder Bay
0049. (1981). "Thunder Bay begins archival project." Northern Mosaic 5, no. 2-3(Autumn): 3. LHUL.
0050. Tronrud, Thorold J. (1986). "The Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society's archives" Thunder Bay Historical
Museum Society. Papers and Records, 14: 27-31.
Libraries
Bibliothèques
General
Généralités
0051. Barber, Beckie, and Frank Obljubek. (1972?). The role of the public library in the community, what should it be
and do?: workshop report. s.l.: Northwestern Ontario Library Action Group. OLSV.
0052. Comité mixte des conseils des bibliothèques régionales du Nord de l'Ontario. (1980). La bibliothèque publique
desservant le Nord de l'Ontario: un bref au ministère des Affaires culturelles et des loisirs. Sudbury: Le Comité. OLSV.
0053. Hallsworth, Peter, and Ray Smith. (1972). "Comparison of northern regional library systems." Ontario Library
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Review 56, no. 1(March): 36-37.
0054. Jones, Richard. (1975). "Mailbox library / Bibliothèque postale." Ontario Library Review 59: 144-148. Library service
in Northern Ontario / Service bibliothécaire dans le Nord de l'Ontario.
0055. Northeastern Regional Library System. (1976). Problems affecting public library service in Northern Ontario: a brief
presented to Honourable Robert Welch. Kirkland Lake: Northeastern Regional Library Service. 11, [3]p. On behalf of
North Central Regional Library Service, Northeastern Regional Library Service and Northwestern Regional Library
Service. SPL, UTLS.
0056. Northern Ontario Regional Library Systems Boards, Joint Committee. (1980). Public library service in Northern
Ontario: a brief to the Minister of Culture and Recreation. Sudbury: The Committee. 12p. With appendices.
0057. Ontario Library Service-North / Service des bibliothèques de l'Ontario-Nord. (1990- ). Directory / Annuaire.
[Sudbury]: [The Author / L'auteur]. Ontario Library Service-North resulted from a merger of the James Bay, Ontario
Library Service, Nipigon, Ontario Library Service and Voyageur Ontario Library Service / Service des bibliothèques de
l'Ontario-Nord est une fusion des Services des bibliothèques de l'Ontario, James Bay, Services de bibliothèques, Nipigon et
Services des bibliothèques de l'Ontario, Voyageur. SPL.
Regional studies
Études régionales
Northeastern Ontario
Nord--Est de l'Ontario
Nord
0058. (1969- ). North Central Regional Library Magazine / Services des bibliothèques de l'Ontario voyageur. Bulletin.
0059. Ames, Ruth. (1968). "Regional report: Northeastern Regional Library System." Ontario Library Review (September):
152-155.
0060. Information, Media and Library Planners. (1974). Regional public library service in Northeastern Ontario. Toronto:
The Author. 67p. UWOL.
0061. Wong, C.C. (1967). Directory of librairies in North Central and Northeastern Ontario / Répertoire des
bibliothèques du Nord de l'Ontario (centre et est). Sudbury: Laurentian University Library / Bibliothèque de l'Université
Laurentienne. 27p.
Northwestern Ontario
Nord--Ouest de l'Ontario
Nord
0062. Northwestern Ontario Library Action Group. (1972?). Constitution, bylaws and regulations. [Thunder Bay]: The
Group. 4, 6 leaves.
0063. Northwestern Regional Library System (Ont.). (1967). Proceedings of the Conference of Trustees of the
Northwestern Regional Library System Quetico Centre, [Atikokan], 27th-29th October 1967 . [Fort William]:
Northwestern Regional Library System. [8]p. LHUL.
0064. Northwestern Regional Library System (Ont.). (1975). Problems affecting libraries in Northwestern Ontario: a brief
presented to Hon. Robert Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. [Thunder Bay]: [The Library System]. 10p. THPL.
0065. Northwestern Regional Library System (Ont.). (1975). Special report on the function and activity of the regional
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library. [Thunder Bay]: [The System]. OLSV.
0066. Northwestern Regional Library System (Ont.). (1981). Special report on courier service for Northwestern Ontario.
Director: A.G. Pepper. [Thunder Bay]: [The System]. OLSV.
0067. Obljubek, Frank. (1972). "Only when you know where you stand: a survey of Northwestern Ontario libraries."
Ontario Library Review 56 (March): 5-12.
0068. Obljubek, Frank, Tony Farthing, and Karl Wahl. (1973?). Report on a survey of public libraries in Northwestern
Ontario. [Thunder Bay]: Northwestern Regional Library System. iv, 98, [130] leaves. Prepared in consultation with
Regional staff. OLSV.
Local studies
Études locales
Copper Cliff
0069. (1968). "The biggest little library in Canada." Inco Triangle 28, no. 9(December): 14-16. Brief history, Copper Cliff
Public Library.
Englehart
0070. Englehart and Area Public Library Board. (1988). Library feasibility study. Englehart: The Board. OLSV.
Espanola
0071. Stowe, Stephanie et al. (1990). Espanola Public Library needs assessment. [Espanola]: [Espanola Public Library
Board]. 59p. ESPL.
Fort William
Individual biographies
Biographies individuelles
BLACK, Mary S.L.
Kenora
0072. Kurtz, Christine. (1972). History of the Kenora Public Library. s.l.: s.n. 8p. KPL.
Manitoulin Island
0073. North Central Regional Library System. (1976). Public library service on Manitoulin Island: a quantitative survey.
Sudbury: The Regional Library. 8p. OLSV.
North Bay
0074. (1975). North Bay Public Library. North Bay: The Library. 17 leaves. Includes bibliography of material about North
Bay held in the Library. Includes some text in French.
Sault Ste. Marie
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0075. Bazillion, Richard J., and Sue Scott. (1991). "Building a high-tech library in a period of austerity." Canadian Library
Journal 48, no. 6(December): 393-397. About Algoma University College, Sault Ste. Marie.
0076. Eisenbichler, W. (1990). Sault Ste. Marie library resources: a guide for secondary school students, teachers and
teacher librarians. Sault Ste. Marie: The Library. 44p.
Sudbury
0077. (1966- ). Sudbury Public Library Annual Report. SPL (Mary Shantz Room).
0078. (1990). "Laurentian University in Sudbury presents the J.-N. Desmarais Library." Northern Ontario Business (June):
LU 1-12. Supplement. SPL.
0079. Fox, Jones and Associates. (1990). Sudbury Public Library needs assessment study of public library services in the
City of Sudbury: phase 1 report. [Toronto]: [The Author]. SPL.
0080. Fox, Jones and Associates. (1991). A strategic plan for library services in the city of Sudbury. [Sudbury]: [Sudbury
Public Library]. 40, 3, [2]p. SPL.
0081. Mount, Joan. (1980). "Problèmes de bilinguisme d'une bibliothèque universitaire dans le Nord-Est de l'Ontario."
Language Problems and Language Planning 4: 29-37.
0082. North Central Regional Library System. (1975). Public library needs in the Regional Municipality of Sudbury: a
preliminary quantitative survey. [Sudbury]: [The Library]. 13, [7] leaves.
Thunder Bay
0083. Beckman Associates, Library Consultants. (1977). Thunder Bay Public Library facility study: a report. Thunder Bay:
The Library. vii, 53p. Prepared by J.R. O'Donnell for the Thunder Bay Public Library Board. SPL, THPL.
0084. Martin, J. David. (1978). Report of the analysis of 1977 survey data from visitors (users of) the Thunder Bay Public
Libraries with recommendations. Thunder Bay: s.n. THPL.
Timmins
Timmins
0085. Beckman Associates, Library Consultants. (1978). Timmins Public Library: analysis of physical facilities. s.l.: The
Author. ii, 24, [16] leaves.
Museums
Musées
General
Généralités
0086. Tossell, Christina L.Q. (1978). The local museum: three case studies in Northern Ontario. M.A. Thesis, University
of Toronto.
Local studies
Études locales
8
Lake of the Woods
0087. Harper, Paula. (1971). The Lake of the Woods Museum. s.l.: s.n. 36p. KPL.
Sudbury
Science North
Science
Science Nord
0088. (1981). "Sudbury Science Centre an update." Inco Triangle 41, no. 6: 10-2.
0089. (1985/86- ). Science North Annual Report / Rapport annuel de Science Nord. SPL (Mary Shantz Room).
0090. (1990). "Past, present and future captured by Science North." Northern Ontario Business 10, no. 5(February): 49.
0091. Grace, Eric S. (1984). "Science North: Sudbury's new science centre fosters a better understanding of the world in
general and the north in particular." Canadian Geographic 104, no. 2(April-May): 64-69.
0092. Moriyama and Teshima, and Townend Stefura Baleshta and Nicholls, Architects. (1980). The Sudbury Science
Centre. Sudbury: Sudbury Regional Development Corporation Board. 96p. SPL.
0093. Science North. (1986- ). Annual report / Rapport annuel. v. Text in English and French / Texte en anglais et en
français.
0094. Science North / Science Nord. (1989). Happy Birthday Science North: Souvenir Edition / Bonne fête Science
Nord: Livret-souvenir. [Sudbury]: [The Author / L'Auteur]. 24p. SPL.
0095. Van Boxel, J.M. (1983). "Big Nickel dream grows to leading research role." Canadian Mining Journal 104, no.
3(March): 39-40.
Thunder Bay
0096. (1988- ). Old Fort news. Thunder Bay: Old Fort William, Marketing and Communications. LHUL.
0097. Black, Arthur, and Greg Zelinski. (1985). Old Fort William: not the definitive, authorized, shrinkproof, cling-free
story. Thunder Bay: Old Fort William Volunteer Association. LHUL.
0098. Roberts, Lynda. (1984). The interpretation of White Otter Castle. B.O.R. (Outdoor Recreation) Thesis, Lakehead
University, Thunder Bay. LHUL.
Walden
0099. (1982). "Keeping a heritage alive." Triangle [Inco] 42, no. 5(May): 16-17. Anderson farm museum, Walden.
Research centres
Centres de recherche
Institute of Northern Ontario Research and Development
Institut nordnord-ontarien de recherche et de développement
0100. Bray, Matt. (1991). The challenge of promoting northern studies research at Laurentian University: the Institute of
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Northern Ontario Research and Development. 11p. A presentation at the Association of Canadian Studies in the United
States, Boston, November 21, 1991. INORD.
Neutrino Observatory
0101. (1986). "Sudbury may play role in understanding nature of universe." Inco Triangle 45, no. 4: 10-1. Neutrino Project.
0102. (1988). "Creighton observatory site wows neutrino scientists." Inco Triangle 47, no. 2: 3.
0103. (1989). "Neutrino lab likened to Newton's discovery." Inco Triangle 48, no. 2(February): 3.
0104. (1989). "Soviet scientist says SNO will benefit Sudbury." Inco Triangle 48, no. 6(June): 7. Neutrino Observatory.
0105. (1990). "Neutrino lab becomes reality." Inco Triangle 49, no. 1(January): s.p.
0106. (1990). "Solving secrets of the universe at Creighton Mine." Inco Triangle 49, no. 5(May): 8-9. Neutrino Observatory.
0107. (1990). "Spring may have arrived but it's SNOing at Creighton." Inco Triangle 49, no. 4(April): s.p. Start of excavation
for Neutrino Observatory.
0108. (1991). "Neutrino observatory construction well under way at Creighton Mine." Northern Ontario Business 11, no.
4(January): M5. SPL. Lees, David. (1990). "Down to basics: (the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory)." en Route 18, no.
12(December): s.p. SPL.
0109. Bryson, C. (1987). "Sun study: an underground solar neutrino observatory." Engineering Digest (April): 15-17. SPL.
0110. D'Astous, Claude. (1990). "Chasse aux neutrinos à Sudbury." Québec Science 8, no. 8(Avril): 11. SPL.
0111. Horgan, John. (1990). "Unsolved mysteries: new data suggest a solution to the solar neutrino problem." Scientific
American 263, no. 2(August): s.p. SPL.
Northwestern Ontario Regional Resource Centre
0112. Gardiner, A.G. (1974). Proposal for the Northwestern Ontario Regional Resource Centre: report on a feasibility
study regarding information communications and data needs in the Northwest: draft report. [Thunder Bay]: Regional
Research Development Committee. LHUL.
0113. Regional Research Development Committee. (1975). A proposal for a Northwestern Ontario regional resource data
service two year pilot project to the Ontario Ministry of Treasury, Economics & Intergovernmental Affairs. Thunder Bay:
s.n. iii, 32p. LHUL.
0114. Regional Research Development Committee. (1975). Support documentation to accompany proposal for a
Northwestern Ontario regional resource data service. [Thunder Bay]: [The Committee]. LHUL.
GENERAL STUDIES
ÉTUDES GÉNÉRALES
5.
Textbooks, general articles
Manuels
ls scolaires, articles généraux
Manue
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0115. (1978-1985). Northern Affairs. [Toronto]: Ministry of Northern Affairs. Published every six weeks.
0116. (1991). Le Nord de l'Ontario. Toronto: Ministère des Affaires municipales. [12]p. (Guide du citoyen, 6). OCRC.
0117. (1991). Northern Ontario. Toronto: Ministry of Municipal Affairs. [10]p. (A citizen's guide, 7). OCRC.
0118. Charles, K.J. (1968). A socio-economic survey of the Kenora-Keewatin region. Prepared for Ontario Department of
Treasury and Economics, Regional Development Branch. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University. 123p. NL.
0119. Fournier, Jeff. (1989-1990). "The medals of Northern Ontario, part 1." Canadian Numismatic Journal 34, 5(May):
188-191. Part 2. 34, 6(June 1989): 212-215.--Part 3. 34, 7(July-August 1990): 275-277.--Part 4. 34, 8(September 1990): 286289.
0120. Hartman, Grace. (1976). "The social impact of economic development of northern communities." Boréal, Journal of
Northern Ontario Studies, no. 5: 76-83. Northern Ontario.
0121. Hodgins, Bruce, and Jamie Benidickson. (1973). "The meaning of the North in Canada." Alternatives 2, no. 3
(Spring): 4-5.
0122. Hutton, C.L.A., and W.A. Black. (1975). Ontario arctic watershed. Ottawa: Environment Canada, Lands
Directorate. ix, 107p. An account of the physical environment, population and economic activity of the watershed,
including maps and information on resources. LHUL, UTL.
0123. IBI Group. (1978). Northwestern Ontario: socio-economic analysis and projections. s.l.: [The Author]. OCRC.
0124. IBI Group. (1978). Socio-economic baseline study of Northwestern Ontario. Study director: N.A. Irwin. s.l.: [The
Author]. For Polar Gas Projects by IBI in association with Thomas Owen and Associates. OCRC.
0125. Kleinfelder, J.A., and A. Yesno. (1984). The people north of 50 in quest of understanding. Toronto: Royal
Commission on the Northern Environment. iv, 96p. HEPL. THPL.
0126. Langman, R.C. (1976). "Northeastern Ontario under the microscope." Canadian Geographical Journal 93, no. 1:
70-2.
0127. Michalenko, Greg, and Roger Suffling. (1977). The future of Northern Ontario: real development or old-fashioned
exploitation: a preliminary brief to the Royal Commission on the Northern Environment. s.l.: s.n. 16 leaves.
0128. Palmer, E.L. (196?). This is Northwestern Ontario. Dryden: Alex Wilson Publications. LHUL.
0129. Robertson, F.A., and K.D. Card. (1972). North shore of Lake Huron region. Toronto: Ministry of Mines.
0130. Rountree, Robert. (1976). Northern lights. Scarborough: Van Nostrand Reinhold. A collection of photos of
Northern Ontario. Also published in 1975, Toronto: Northern Lights Photographics, 33p.
0131. Tomkins, Doreen Margaret, George S. Tomkins, and Neville V. Scarfe. (1970). Northern Ontario: land of buried
treasure. Toronto: W.J. Gage. 24p. (Regional Studies of Canada). LUL. TIPL.
0132. Von Baich, Paul. (1981). Northern Ontario. Toronto: Oxford University Press. 88p. Photos with text by Al Purdy.
0133. Weller, G.R. (1989). Northern studies in Sweden and Canada: an Ontario perspective. [Thunder Bay]: Lakehead
Centre for Northern Studies. 28, [2]p. (Research report, 11).
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0134. Zaslow, Morris. (1967). "The Ontario boundary question" in Profiles of a province: 107-17.
0135. Zaslow, Morris. (1973). "Does Northern Ontario possess a regional identity?" Laurentian University Review / Revue
de l'Université Laurentienne 5, no. 4: 9-20.
0136. Zudel, Mike. (1979). Life above the 50th parallel. s.l.: s.n. Northen Ontario. OCRC.
BIOGRAPHY
BIOGRAPHIES
6.Biographies, autobiographies, reminiscences, memoirs
Biographies, autobiographies, souvenirs, mémoires
General
Généralités
0137. Barnes, Michael et al. (1989). Canadians all 8: portraits of our people. Toronto: Gage. 128p. Includes Roza Brown,
Jacob Lewis Englehart, Harry Oakes.
0138. Elliot, Noel Montgomery (ed.). (1983). People of Ontario, 1600-1900: alphabetized directory of the people, places,
and vital dates. London: Genealogical Research Library. 3 vols.
0139. Gaudaur, Bernard. (1989). O'Connor, Owens and Bogue family stories. North Bay: The Author. 194p.
0140. Hogrebe, Johannes K. (1969). Der Trapper vom Ghostriver: ein Leben im kanadischen Paradies der Jäger und
Fischer. Hamburg: P.Parey. 185p. Biography of a hunter and fisherman of Northern Ontario, Ghost River - Kenora and
Cochrane District.
By individual
Selon les individus
Note: In cases where there are multiple references to an individual, references are arranged chronologically
Note: Lorsque plusieurs références
références se trouvent sous le nom d'un individu, les références sont organisées en ordre
chronologique.
-A 0141. Brown, Jennifer S.H. (1988). "ABISHABIS" (d.1843). In Dictionary of Canadian biography, 7: 3-4. Aussi dans
Dictionnaire biographique du Canada, 7: 3-4. Cree religious leader including Fort Severn and Moose River area / Chef
religieux cri y compris la région de Fort Severn et de la rivière Moose.
0142. Thorman, G.E. (1969). "ADAMS (Adems, Adames), Joseph" (c1700-1737). In Dictionary of Canadian biography, 2:
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0276. Parrott, Donald F. (1982). Harold FARRINGTON, pioneer bush pilot. Thunder Bay: The Author. 61p.
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GREY OWL see / voir A.S. BELANEY
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Dictionnaire biographique du Canada, 12: 485-487. Church of England clergyman in Northwestern Ontario; first bishop of
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