Good To Know
- Canadian Newsstream content is updated daily so researchers always have timely access to new information.
- User-friendly and precise searching experience
- Ability to narrow searches by date, multiple fields, and document types
- Spell check
- Abstracts for every newspaper article
- On demand article translation in 13 different languages
- Multi-lingual interface (18 languages available)
- Text-to-speech capability
To get started, you will need to have the following:
- Your Library Card number and PIN.
- An account using your email address and a password if you wish to save to My Research.
Canadian Newsstream is available through an internet browser such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari. It is optimized to fit the device you are using.
Using the Database
After you have logged on, you can search the database using the general search box from the home page. If you are looking to search a specific publication or time period, click on Advanced Search. You can also look up the publications that this resource has from this screen.
From the search results, you can download, print, email articles or save your results to My Research.
My Research is a place where you can save, manage, and organize the content and supporting materials you find and create in ProQuest. You can include documents, searches, search alerts, RSS feeds, and more in My Research.
For more help, please visit the Proquest help pages.