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Newspapers

Newspapers are a very useful source of information for genealogists.

Newspapers may contain stories, advertisements and other items related to your family history or provide useful background information. Birth, marriage and death announcements often include information about members of immediate and extended families as well as other clues.

Chinese-Canadian researchers should consider consulting both "mainstream" and Chinese newspapers.

Mainstream newspapers - that is, English-language newspapers published for the community-at-large - may contain material of interest to Chinese-Canadian genealogists, including announcements of births, marriages and deaths, news articles and background information. For details on locating birth, marriage and death announcements, see the Birth, Marriage, and Death Newspaper Announcements page.


FINDING THE RECORDS

Historic newspapers are available at many locations.

At the Vancouver Public Library

Newspapers on Microfilm

The Online Information and News department on Level 5 at the Central Library has a large collection of both historical and recent newspapers. The focus of the historical collection is on Canadian newspapers. For more information on historical newspapers available at the Library, see the Newspapers section of the Genealogy and Family History guide.

Print and electronic indexes for many of these newspapers are available at the Vancouver Public Library. For more information, see the staff in Online Information and News on Level 5 at the Central Branch.

Newspaper Directories

The following newspaper directories may be used to identify historical newspapers published across Canada:

Directory of Canadian Newspapers for 1900 Being a Catalogue of All Newspapers and Periodicals Published in Canada and Newfoundland (1900)
Ref. 050X D598

A Historical Directory of Manitoba Newspapers, 1858-1978 (1981)
Loveridge, D.M.
Ref. 071.1 L91h

An Historical Directory of Nova Scotia Newspapers and Journals Before Confederation (1977)
Vincent, Thomas Brewer, comp.
Ref. 071.1X V77h

Historical Directory of Saskatchewan Newspapers, 1878-1950 (1951)
MacDonald, Christine
Ref. 071.1X M13h

Ontario Ethno-Cultural Newspapers, 1835-1972: An Annotated Checklist (1973)
McLaren, Duncan
Ref. 070.484X M16o

Union Catalogue of British Columbia Newspapers, 3 vol. (1987)
Komorous, Hana, comp.
Ref. 071.1X K81u

Union List of Canadian Newspapers (1993)
National Library of Canada
Ref. MICROFICHE 071.1X c212ua

At the University of British Columbia

The Koerner Library at the University of British Columbia has a collection of newspapers that is open to the public. See their Newspapers and News Sources guide for more information.

At the B.C. Archives

A collection of historical British Columbia newspapers on microfilm is available at the B.C. Archives in Victoria. The B.C. Archives does not participate in interlibrary loan programs so it is necessary to visit the Archives in order to consult their holdings. Holdings include a number of non-B.C. newspapers. For more information see their listing of British Columbia Newspapers on Microfilm.

At Library and Archives Canada

The Library and Archives of Canada (LAC) has over 200,000 reels of Canadian newspapers on microfilm. For a listing of LAC newspaper holdings see the Newspapers web page.

Online

Many newspapers have their own websites but, in most cases, content is limited to current and recent editions. However, a number of old newspapers have been digitized for the web. Some are free, while others are available by subscription only.

Free Websites

Alberta Newspapers Collection
Part of the Alberta Heritage Digitization Project, this ongoing project that will eventually contain all Alberta newspapers from 1880 on. The database is browsable by date, place or newspaper title. There is currently no keyword searching.

The British Colonist, Online Edition: 1858-1910
Access historic Victoria, B.C. newspapers through the British Colonist digitization project, a collaboration between the Times Colonist newspaper, the University of Victoria Libraries, and a consortium of British Columbia libraries to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the British Colonist newspaper. This database contains all issues of the British Colonist (also called The Daily British Colonist, the Daily Colonist and other variants), from the first issue in 1858 to June 1910.

Eleanor Muehle Newspaper Archive
The Terrace Public Library has produced this searchable database for Terrace newspapers published between 1926-2004.

The Globe and Mail - Canada's Heritage from 1844
This subscription database contains digital images from the The Globe and Mail from 1844 to 2001 and is searchable by keyword and browsable by date.
Note: Vancouver Public Library card is required.

A Nation's Chronicle: The Canada Gazette
The primary goal of this website is to make available to researchers the entire Canada Gazette, from 1841 to 1997. Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software is used to read the originals, whether on paper or microform, and transform these into a text document. Essentially, it creates a searchable document from an image. Digitization of the Canada Gazette is ongoing. Issues of the Canada Gazette after 1997 are available online at the website of the Canada Gazette Directorate.

Peel's Prairie Provinces - Search Newspapers
This searchable database from the University of Alberta Library includes digitized images from over 70 prairie province newspapers. Dates range from 1871 to 2007.

Prince George Digitization
This collaborative venture from The Prince George Public Library, the College of New Caledonia Library, and the Geoffrey R. Weller Library at the University of Northern British Columbia, provides free digital access to the historical newspapers of Prince George, British Columbia from 1909 to 1978.

Quesnel Cariboo Observer
Searchable database from the Quesnel and District Museum and Archives provides digital PDF images of the Quesnel Cariboo Observer newspaper from 1908-1990.

Special Editions of Canadian Newspapers
For more than a century, newspapers have produced special colour supplements to mark important events. This site presents a selection of these special items from the collection of Library and Archives Canada.

International and Subscription Websites

Consult one of the following sources for lists of free and subscription newspapers all over the world.

The Chinese community in Canada has published newspapers - both Chinese and English - since 1903, when the China Reform Gazette began publication in Vancouver. The China Reform Gazette stopped publishing in 1911, but the Chinese community in Canada has since published many other newspapers.

To a considerable extent, Chinese newspaper publishing historically reflected political factionalism in the Chinese community. This in turn mirrored political turmoil in China. In Canada's Chinese community, the main tension was between the Kuomintang (KMT), also called the Chinese Nationalist League, and the Cheekungtong (CKT), later the Chinese Freemasons. Both had ties to powerful political forces in China, and each published its own newspapers. For more information on the KMT, CKT and politics in the Chinese community, see From China to Canada: A History of the Chinese Communities in Canada (Edgar Wickberg, ed.) and other resources listed in VPL's Chinese-Canadian History subject guide.

For an overview of the history of Chinese journalism in North America and a directory of historic Chinese newspapers (to 1975), including those published in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Winnipeg, see Chinese Newspapers Published in North America, 1854-1975, compiled by Karl Lo and Him Mark Lai (available through interlibrary loan).

Chinese newspapers occasionally included references to births, marriages and deaths, especially those associated with prominent members of the community. They also contained detailed information on the activities of various community organizations, such as clan associations, schools, etc., including many references to individuals. For example, annual lists of newly-elected executive members of community organizations were often published in the newspapers. Reports of court cases and information about businesses also frequently appeared. As such, although Chinese newspapers don't necessarily provide a great deal of nuts-and-bolts genealogical information (such as birth, marriage and death dates), they are very local in nature, and provide information about individuals in the community as well as a great deal of background information.

There are no indexes to Chinese newspapers published in Canada, so it is necessary to browse in order to find specific information. It is helpful if you can narrow your search to a specific range of dates.


FINDING THE RECORDS

Chinese newspapers are held by a number of libraries across Canada. Consult the Chinese Newspapers in Major Canadian Cities section below for brief descriptions and holding locations of newspapers published in major Canadian cities. These listings have been derived primarily from Library and Archives Canada's AMICUS database and the bibliography compiled by Karl Lo and Him Mark Lai's bibliography, cited above. In some cases, although the paper existed, no holding locations have been identified in AMICUS. This is indicated in the Location notes as Unknown. Titles in the listings are romanized as they appear in AMICUS.

 

Chinese Newspaper in Major Canadian Cities

The Canadian Chinese Times see Chia Hua Pao

Chia Hua Pao = The Canadian Chinese Times
Weekly Chinese-language newspaper published in Edmonton from about 1982 to May 2, 2002. Continued by Guan Hua Bao = The Chinese Journal.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

The Chinese Journal see Guan Hua Bao

Guan Hua Bao = The Chinese Journal
Weekly Chinese-language newspaper published in Edmonton since May 9, 2002. Continuation of Chia Hua Pao = The Canadian Chinese Times.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao = The Epoch Times

Weekly newspaper published beginning in 2000. Editions also published in Vancouver and Toronto.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

East Wind see Hua Ch'iao Lun T'an

The Epoch Times see Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao

Hebdomadaire chinois see Xin Shi Jie

Hua Chiao Hsin Pao = Les nouvelles chinoises
Weekly Chinese-language newspaper published beginning March 2, 1991.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Hua Ch'iao Lun T'an = East Wind
Chinese-language newspaper published by the East Wind Club, from May 10, 1959 to December 1960. Superseded by Tung Feng.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Kuang Chi Ts'ung
Monthly Chinese-language newspaper published about 1961.
Locations: Unknown

Les nouvelles chinoises see Hua Chiao Hsin Pao

Sino Weekly see Xin Shi Jie

Tung Feng
Chinese-language newspaper published by the East Wind Club, beginning January 1961. Supersedes Hua Ch'iao Lun T'an.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Xin Shi Jie = Hebdomadaire chinois = Sino Weekly
Weekly newspaper published beginning 2000.
Locations: Unknown

The Capital Chinese News see Chia Ching Hua Pao

Chia Ching Hua Pao = The Capital Chinese News
Monthly Chinese-language newspaper with some English. Began publication
July 4, 1977.
Alternate titles: Jia Jing Hua Bao, NCC News, National Capital Chinese Community Newsletter, Ottawa Chinese Community Newsletter

Locations: Archives of Ontario
  Library and Archives Canada

Chia Hua Chiao Pao = Chinese-Canadian Community News
Monthly Chinese-language newspaper with some English. Published monthly (irregular) beginning 1979.

Locations: Archives of Ontario
  Library and Archives Canada

Chinese-Canadian Community News see Chia Hua Chiao Pao

Jia Jing Hua Bao see Chia Ching Hua Pao

NCC News see Chia Ching Hua Pao

National Capital Chinese Community Newsletter see Chia Ching Hua Pao

Ottawa Chinese Community Newsletter see Chia Ching Hua Pao

Chinese titles are romanized as they appear in AMICUS.

Bei Mei Hua = North America Times
Weekly Chinese-language newspaper published beginning October 28, 2000.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Chia Hua Jih Pao = Chinese Canadian Daily
Alternate titles: Chinese Canadian News, Chinese Canadian Newspaper, Chinese Canadian Weekly.
Chinese-language newspaper published in Scarborough. Published as a daily from September 1, 1984 to October 31, 1989. Continued as a weekly beginning November 4, 1989.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Chinatown Commercial News see To-Lung-To Shang Pao

Chinese Canadian Daily see Chia Hua Jih Pao

Chinese Canadian News see Chia Hua Jih Pao

Chinese Canadian Newspaper see Chia Hua Jih Pao

Chinese Canadian Times see Chung Chia Shih Pao

Chinese Canadian Weekly see Chia Hua Jih Pao

The Chinese Citizen see Hsin Chi Min Pao

Chinese Express see K'uai Pao

Chinese Express Daily News see K'uai Pao

The Chinese Times see Hung Chung Shih Pao

Chung Chia Shih Pao = Chinese Canadian Times
Chinese-language daily newspaper with some English, published from about 1970 to 1971.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao (Jia Dong Ri Bao Ban) = The Epoch Times
Weekly newspaper published beginning 2000. Editions also published in Montreal and Vancouver.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Duolunduo Shang Bao see To-Lung-To Shang Pao

The Epoch Times see Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao

Grange Community Storefront Newsletter
Chinese and English-language newspaper published from February to July 1974 (six issues).

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  University of Toronto Library

Hsin Chi Min Pao = New Citizen
English-language newspaper published in Vancouver every 2 weeks beginning 1948. Includes some Chinese text. In October 1951, the paper began publishing in Toronto as well, continuing in Vancouver until August 26, 1952. The Vancouver paper changed its title to The Chinese Citizen, beginning February 14, 1953.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library

Hsing Jua Chou Pao = Shing Wah
Weekly newspaper published from approximately 1916-1922. Superseded by Hsing Hua Jih Pao = The Shing Wah Daily News

Hsing Hua Jih Pao = The Shing Wah Daily News
Chinese-language newspaper published from about 1922 to September 29, 1990. An organ newspaper of the Kuomintang. Continued by Hsing Hua Jih Pao = The Shing Wah News.

Issues from May 29, 1923 to September 29, 1990 have been digitized. To access these, see the Shing Wah Daily News collection on the Multicultural Canada website.


Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Hsing Hua Pao = The Shing Wah News
Monthly Chinese-language Kuomintang newspaper published from November 1990 to November 2000. A continuation of Hsing Hua Jih Pao = The Shing Wah Daily News.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Hung Chung Shih Pao = The Chinese Times
Chinese-language newspaper that began publication in 1928 and ceased in 1956. Started as a weekly newspaper, but became a daily about 1929. An organ newspaper of the Chinese Freemasons.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

K'ai Ming
Chinese-language newspaper published in approximately 1971.
Locations: Unknown

K'uai Pao = Chinese Express
Alternate title: Chinese Express Daily News
Chinese-language newspaper of varying frequency published from January 13, 1971 to January 26, 1989.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  Toronto Public Library

New Citizen see Hsin Chi Min Pao

New Star Chinese Weekly see Xing Xing Sheng Huo Zhou Bao

North America Times see Bei Mei Hua Bao

Shing Wah News see Hsing Hua Pao

Shing Wah Daily News see Hsing Hua Ji Pao

Shing Wah Yat Po see Hsing Hua Ji Pao

To-Lung-To Shang Pao = Chinatown Commercial News
Alternate title: Duolunduo Shang Bao
Bi-weekly Chinese-language newspaper published beginning about 1966 and ending 1986.
Locations: University of British Columbia Library

Xing Hua Bao see Hsing Hua Pao

Xing Hua Ri Bao see Hsing Hua Ji Pao

Xing Xing Sheng Huo Zhou Bao = New Star Chinese Weekly
Chinese-language newspaper with some English, published from 2001 to present.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Canada Morning News see Chia-Na-Ta Ch'en Pao

C-C Bulletin Vacation Guide
Chinese and English newspaper published from May/June 1971 to June/July 1972. A continuation of Chinese-Canadian Bulletin. Continued by Chinese-Canadian Bulletin and Vacation Guide. International ed.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Chia-Na-Ta Ch'en Pao = The Canada Morning News
Chinese-language newspaper published in Vancouver (possibly daily) from approximately 1921 to 1929. An organ of the Kuomintang.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Ch'iao Sheng Jih Pao = The Chinese Voice
Alternate title: Qiao Sheng Ri Bao
Daily Chinese-language newspaper published from October 30, 1953 to October 5, 1987.

Locations: British Columbia Archives
  British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library

Chin Shan Pao see Gum San Pao

China Reform Gazette see Jih Hsin Pao

Chinatown
Ref. 301.4505 C53
English-language newspaper published twice-monthly from September 3, 1953 to August 18, 1956. Continued by Chinatown News. Six issues have been digitized. To access these, see the Chinatown News collection on the Multicultural Canada website.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  Vancouver Public Library

Chinatown News
English-language newspaper published in Vancouver from about September 1956 to June 1996. A continuation of Chinatown. Two issues have been digitized. To access these, see the Chinatown News collection on the Multicultural Canada website.

Digitized extracts are also available in the online Chinese Canadian Women, 1923-1967 exhibit.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  Library of Parliament
  Simon Fraser University
  University of British Columbia Library
  University of Victoria
  Vancouver Public Library

Chinese Bulletin
Chinese- and English newspaper. Began publication December 1960. Continued by Chinese-Canadian Bulletin in 1968.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library

Chinese-Canadian Bulletin
Chinese and English newspaper. Began about April/May 1968. Ceased publication March/April 1971. A continuation of Chinese Bulletin. Continued by C-C Bulletin Vacation Guide.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library

Chinese-Canadian Bulletin and Vacation Guide. International Ed.
Chinese and English newspaper published from August/September 1972 - December 1979. A continuation of C-C Bulletin Vacation Guide. Continued by Chinese-Canadian Bulletin. International Ed.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library
  Vancouver Public Library

Chinese-Canadian Bulletin. International Ed.
A continuation of Chinese-Canadian Bulletin and Vacation Guide. International Ed.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada
  University of British Columbia Library
  Vancouver Public Library

The Chinese Citizen
Alternate title: Chung Kuo Kung Min
English-language irregular newspaper (published approximately twice a month), with some Chinese. Published from February 14, 1953 to November or December 1954. A continuation of The New Citizen. Continued by Citizen.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada

The Chinese Free Press see Chung Hsing Jih Pao

Chinese in America see Mei Chou Hua Ch'iao Yueh K'an

Chinese Lumber Worker see Chung Kuo Pan Yeh Lao Kung

Chinese Times see Da Han Gong Bao

The Chinese Voice see Ch'iao Sheng Ji Pao

Ching Pao = Mirror
Chinese and English newspaper published by Strathcona Community News Service from June 10, 1977 to March 6, 1978.
Alternate title: Strathcona Community News

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library

Chung Ch'ing see Jih Hsin Pao

Chung Hsi Chou Pao = Sino-Western Weekly Post
Chinese and English. Published from October 24, 1975 to December 17, 1976.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Chung Hsing Jih Pao = The Chinese Free Press
Daily (later monthly) Chinese language newspaper with some English. Published from March 1-27, 1954.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada

Chung Kuo Kung Min see The Chinese Citizen

Chung Kuo Pan Yeh Lao Kung = Chinese Lumber Worker
Chinese-language newspaper published from September 1948 to June 1, 1953.

Locations: University of British Columbia Library

Citizen
Alternate title: The Citizen: The Voice of All the People
English-language newspaper published twice-monthly from December 20, 1954 to 1955. A continuation of The Chinese Citizen.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

The Citizen: The Voice of All the People see Citizen

Da Han Gong Bao = The Chinese Times

Alternate title: Ta Han Bao
  Tai Hon Kong Bo
  Tai Hon Yat Bo

Chinese-language organ of the Chinese Freemasons published in Vancouver beginning November 6, 1914. Suspended publication on October 3, 1992. A continuation of Ta Han Jih Pao = The Chinese Daily News. 250,000 pages of The Chinese Times have been digitized. To access these, see the Chinese Times [newspaper] collection on the Multicultural Canada website.

Locations: Burnaby Public Library
  Library and Archives Canada
  U.B.C. Asian Library

Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao = The Epoch Times
Weekly newspaper published beginning in 2000. Editions also published in Montreal and Toronto.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Da Zhong Bao
Alternate title: Ta Chung Pao
Chinese-language newspaper. Started as a semi-monthly, eventually becoming a weekly. Began 1961; ceased publication February 1981.

Locations: University of British Columbia Library

The Epoch Times see Da Ji Yuan Shi Bao

Gum San Po
Chinese-language newspaper published in 1973.
Locations: Unknown

Hsin Chiao = New Bridge
Chinese and English newspaper published 1971/72.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Hsin Min Kuo Pao
Chinese-language newspaper published from approximately 1905-1911.

Locations: Unknown

Hsin Min Kuo Pao = The New Republic
Chinese-language newspaper published by the Chinese Nationalist League of Canada from May 1911 to June 23, 1984. Began in Victoria as Hsin Min Kuo Jih Pao, changing its name to Hsin Min Kuo Pao in 1925 and moving to Vancouver in December 1957.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada

Hsing Tao Jih Pao see Sing Tao Jih Pao

Hua Ch'iao Tao Pao see Chinese-Canadian Bulletin

Hua Pu Tsa Chih see Chinatown News

Hua Ying Jih Pao
Alternate title: Wa Ying Yat Bo
Chinese-language daily published in Vancouver from 1906 to 1910. Continued by Ta Han Jih Pao = The Chinese Daily News.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Jih Hsin Pao = China Reform Gazette
Alternate title: Chung Ch'ing Sun Bo
Chinese-language newspaper published three times per week from approximately 1901 to 1911. An organ newspaper of the Chinese Reform Association, and later the Chinese Constitutionalist Party.

Locations: Unknown

Jing Bao see Ching Pao

Kuang Chi Ts'ung
Chinese-language newspaper published in 1961.

Locations: Unknown

Li Tsu Yueh K'an
Chinese-language newspaper, not known when published.

Locations: Unknown

Life Mirror Weekly
Began as a semi-monthly, changing to weekly and then every five days. Began publishing in 1956.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

Mei Chou Hua Ch'iao Yueh K'an = Chinese in America
Chinese-language newspaper published from approximately 1950 - unknown.

Locations: Unknown

Mirror see Ching Pao

Mu Yeh Ch'ing Pao
Chinese-language edtion of B.C. Lumber Worker, published in 1944. Possibly the same as Chung Kuo Pan Yeh Lao Kung.

New Bridge see Hsin Chiao

The New Citizen
English-language newspaper published in Vancouver every 2 weeks from 1948. Includes some Chinese text. In October 1951, the paper began publishing in Toronto as well, but continued in Vancouver until August 26, 1952. Continued by The Chinese Citizen, beginning February 14, 1953.

Locations: British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada
  U.B.C. Special Collections and Archives Division

The New Republic see Hsin Min Kuo Pao

Orient Weekly see Tung K'an Chao Pao

Qaio Sheng Ri Bao see Ch'aio Sheng Ji Pao

Richmond Review
Alternate title: The Richmond Review: For the Richmond Asian Community Monthly Chinese and English newspaper published in a suburb of Vancouver.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada

The Richmond Review: For the Richmond Asian Community see Richmond Review

Sing Tao Jih Pao, Vancouver Edition
Alternate title: Hsing Tao Jih Pao
Chinese-language newspaper published from 1972 - current.

Locations: Unknown

Sino-Western Weekly Post see Chung Hsi Chou Pao

Strathcona Community News see Ching Pao

Sun Bo see Jih Hsin Pao

Ta Chung Pao see Da Zhong Bao

Ta Han Jih Pao = The Chinese Daily News
Chinese-language daily newspaper. Began publishing in 1910 and ceased publication with the November 5, 1915 issue. A continuation of Hua Ying Jih Pao. Continued by Da Han Gong Bao = The Chinese Times.

Locations: Library and Archives Canada
                   University of British Columbia Library

Ta Han Kung Pao see Da Han Gong Bao

Ta Han Gong Bao see Da Han Gong Bao

Ta Lu Pao
Chinese-language newspaper published in 1909. Ceased publication after a few months.

Locations: Unknown

Tai Hon Gong Bao see Da Han Gong Bao

Tai Hon Kong Bo see Da Han Gong Bao

Tai Hon Yat Bo see Da Han Gong Bao

Tung K'an Chao Pao = Orient Weekly
Chinese-language newspaper published in 1975.

Locations: Unknown

Tzu Yu Tao Pao
Chinese-language newspaper published from approximately 1961 until an unknown.

Locations: Unknown

Wa Ying Yat Bo
Chinese-language newspaper published from approximately 1906 to 1910.

Locations: Unknown

Wo Pao
Chinese-language newspaper published from approximately 1913 to 1914. An organ newspaper of the Kuomintang.

Locations: Unknown

Hsin Min Kuo Jih Pao see Hsin Min Kuo Pao

Hsin Min Kuo Pao = The New Republic
Alternate title: Sun Min Kob
Chinese-language newspaper published by the Chinese Nationalist League of Canada from May 1911 to June 23, 1984. Began as Hsin Min Kuo Jih Pao, changing its name to Hsin Min Kuo Pao in 1925. The newspaper moved to Vancouver in December 1957.

Locations: British Columbia Archives
  British Columbia Legislative Library
  Library and Archives Canada

The New Republic see Hsin Min Kuo Pao

Sun Min Kok see Hsin Min Kuo Pao

Ta Han Jih Pao
Published in 1910. An organ newspaper of the Chinese Free Masons.

Locations: Unknown

Manitoba Chinese Post

Chinese-language newspaper with some English. Began publication November 1978.
Locations: Library and Archives Canada

San Min Jih Pao
Chinese-language newspaper, possibly published in the 1940s.
Locations: Unknown

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