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Newspapers & Magazines

Read the daily newspaper or a favourite magazine in full format on your computer, tablet or phone. Find local and Canadian content and titles from around the world.


Looking for a print copy of today's newspaper? Drop by your neighbourhood library to read The London Free Press and The Globe and Mail.

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Enjoy same day access to The London Free Press, along with newspapers and magazines from around the world in over 60 languages. With PressReader, it's just like reading a print publication - full colour and full page format that you can read cover to cover, with digital enhancements.

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Libby / OverDrive

Borrow from a collection of over 3000 magazine titles including The Economist, The New Yorker, Hello!, US Weekly, and Canadian Living. Looking for special interest titles? You’ll also find PC World, Family Handyman, Simply Knitting and more. Read the most recent issue or catch up on back issues.

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The New York Times

Read the latest news published in the New York Times newspaper. If you are interested in historical research, use the archives to find history reported as it happened.

Digital resource magazines

Magazine Archives

These archives are a goldmine of content, with subjects ranging from art, history, political science, and popular culture. Gain a unique historical perspective on the 20th century from Maclean’s, The Atlantic, Time, or Life Magazine.


Access to this collection is provided by Western Libraries, Western University.

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Canadian News Stream

Access The London Free Press from 2007 to present. You can also find The Londoner, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, The Globe and Mail, and over 360 other Canadian newspapers in full-text format, with coverage from the 1970s to the present day.

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ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Globe and Mail

Access the digitized full-image archive of The Globe and Mail newspaper dating back to when it was founded by George Brown in 1844, originally known as The Globe.

Looking for local newspaper archives?