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Laurier Archives

The Laurier Archives holds the Library's research collection of primary documents, and is the repository of historic records of the University.

The collections focus on the Lutheran Church in the community; the environmental conservation movement in Canada; the history of Kitchener-Waterloo; and the history of Wilfrid Laurier University.

For more information or to search the holdings, please visit the Laurier Archives website.

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Library Fines Forgiveness Program

The Laurier Library along with its TUG Library partners (Guelph and Waterloo) will be running a library fines forgiveness program starting Tuesday October 15.

LGBTQ+ History Month

Throughout the month of October we celebrate LGBTQ+ History month.

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Events & workshops

Oct
22
Learn about the legislative process to produce our laws, how you can track a Bill to its final destination, a Statute, and how to find analytical information about them.
Oct
22
Learn how to access the Library's collection of socio-economic data from Statistics Canada to use in your research.
Oct
22
Join thousands of students and early career chemists from around the world for this FREE, one-night only event during National Chemistry Week. Discover how chemists are developing new technologies using metals at the intersection of organic and inorganic chemistry. From innovations in medical imaging and theranostics to fundamental changes to the way we create everyday necessities like clothing, food, and energy, these scientists will demonstrate how we can harness the power of our “marvelous metals.”

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