ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO
The Archives’ collection dates from the 18th century and is comprised of a wide variety of materials and formats ranging from textual records, maps and architectural plans to photographs, documentary art and audiovisual media. Add to that over 3.5 million photographs, 32,000 maps plus all the other types of records mentioned above, and you will begin to get a sense of the scope of the collection.
LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA
In 2004, the National Archives of Canada and the National Library of Canada were drawn together by the Library and Archives of Canada Act to create a new knowledge institution for Canadians—Library and Archives Canada, a source of enduring knowledge and the continuing memory of the government of Canada and its institutions.
PEEL ART GALLERY, MUSEUM + ARCHIVES (PAMA)
Formerly known as the Peel Heritage Complex, PAMA serves the Region of Peel (Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga), a growing municipality with a population of over one million individuals from diverse backgrounds.
PAMA has a rich history from the origins of the Peel County Courthouse, Jail, Office Building and Registry Office, to its recent expansion. These historical milestones are a testament to the heritage of Peel Region and PAMA’s integral place within this history.
www.pama.peelregion.ca or 905-791-4055