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Canadian Almanac and Directory
All the facts and figures you will ever need about Canada. No other single source provides users with the quality and depth of up-to-date information for all types of research.
This database is the best single reference source for business executives, managers and assistants; government and public affairs executives; lawyers; marketing, sales and advertising executives; researchers, editors and journalists.
This robust database gives you access to statistics, images and over 45,000 names and addresses for everything from Airlines to Zoos - updated every year.
Each category is a gold-mine of information, providing robust information on business and finance, communications, government, associations, arts and culture (museums, zoos, libraries, etc.), health, transportation, law, education, and more.
Government information includes federal, provincial and territorial - and includes an easy-to-use quick index to find key information. A separate Municipal Government section includes every municipality in Canada, with full profiles of Canada's largest urban centres.
A complete legal directory lists judges and judicial officials, court locations and law firms across the country.
A wealth of general information, the Canadian Almanac & Directory also includes national statistics on population, employment, imports and exports, and more.
National awards and honours are presented, along with forms of address, Commonwealth information and full colour photos of Canadian symbols.
The Canadian Almanac and Directory online is cross-searchable with Grey House Publishing Canada's other best-selling directories. In addition, users also have the option to export much needed organization and contact information to easily generate contact or mailing lists at an additional cost.
Last updated: November 17, 2017
This license is made available through a national site license negotiated on behalf of Consortia Canada by The Alberta Library (TAL).
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