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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 Undergraduate Research Award winners for 2017 announced

The Library Undergraduate Research Award committee has announced this year's award winners.

Library to participate in Faculty of Social Work Mental Health Week event

On the day of the event, be sure to drop by the Library (FSW 002) to check out a display of resources related to mental health.

Historical Topographic Maps Digitization Project

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project is a province-wide collaboration to provide access to early topographic maps of Ontario.

Events & workshops

Jun
16
We are now accepting submissions from artists, craftspeople, designers and makers who wish to participate in our Holiday Art Market. Participants will be selected by a jury with consideration of diversity of medium and excellence of work being sold.
Oct
04

Faculty Reads is a book club initiative that brings together Faculty members and other interested members of our community to read and discuss notable books with a specific bearing on our teaching,

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