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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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  • Visit the Laurier Archives on the lower level of our Waterloo campus Library.

  • The Robert Langen Art Gallery is proud to present A Casual Reconstruction, by Montreal artist Nadia Myre.


ProQuest Ebook Central is replacing ebrary

On March 28th, 2017, ebooks and other documents on the ebrary platform will be migrated to ProQuest's newer Ebook Central (PQEC) platform.

CANSIM socioeconomic data resource offline

CANSIM, Statistics Canada’s resource for socioeconomic data, is currently offline due to technical difficulties.

Laurier Archives announces 2017 Joan Mitchell Travel Award recipient

The Laurier Archives is pleased to announce that Jonathan Luedee is the winner of the 2017 Joan Mitchell Travel Award.

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This year’s LIFT series of community artist exhibits feature the images of KW area photographers.


The Robert Langen Art Gallery is proud to present A Casual Reconstruction, by Montreal based artist Nadia Myre.

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