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Canadian Business & Current Affairs Renewal 2019-2020

Response Deadline: 
September 12, 2019

Subscription Term

Begins: 

October 1, 2019

Ends: 

September 30, 2020

Renewal pricing is now available for the Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA) Database, formerly called CBCA Complete. Due to ProQuest's product simplification process, only CBCA Complete is now being offered. Additional information about ProQuest's product simplification process is available here: http://bceln.ca/offers-renewals/cbca-renewal-2016-2017/archive

The vendor is offering steeply discounted, four-year pricing to make it possible for subscribers of smaller, discontinued subset collections to join CBCA. The four-year pricing, however, does not commit any institution to continue to subscribe to CBCA in future years. 2019-20 is the fourth and final year or the current agreement. 

 



Overview

Vendor: 
Description: 

Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA) Database is Canada’s most comprehensive and diverse full-text online database that combines content from three focused databases: CBCA Business, CBCA Education, and CBCA Reference & Current Events. High-quality indexing for over 1,800 publications and full text for more than 700. Broad coverage from a Canadian perspective spans agriculture, business and economics, education, government and politics, health sciences, history, literature, medical sciences, social sciences, and many more subject areas. CBCA includes over 1,950 Canadian dissertations on Canadian history, culture, economics, politics, and society.

  • Over 1800 publications from Canada
  • More than 600 scholarly journals
  • Over 30 newspapers and important news wire feeds
  • Scholarly journals with coverage in all major subjects
  • Balanced coverage of the most studied and requested subjects
  • A diverse mix of professional and current events trade journals and magazines
  • Well-known CBC programs such as Decouverte, La Facture, Le Telejournal, Fifth Estate, and The National are included with over 350,000 transcripts from 1982 to current.
  • Cross searchable with other ProQuest databases, such as Canadian Newsstream

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Updated: July 26, 2019

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