Some titles are not available for 2 days after publication.Access Now [opens in new window] Online access to the following microfilmed newspapers: National Post, Toronto, Ont., 2011- New York Times, Late Edition (east coast), 2008- Times Colonist, Victoria, BC, 2011- Vancouver Province, 2011- Vancouver Sun, 2011- Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition, 2008- Access Now [opens in new window] Over 9,000 international media sources; current and historical full-text articles from newspapers, leading business magazines, trade publications, and newswires.
Note: some content may not be suitable for all audiences.
Parents or caregivers are responsible for Children’s use of this site.
Titles include the Vancouver Sun, Province, Vancouver Courier, West Ender, Victoria Times-Colonist, as well as the National Post, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, and Calgary Herald.
Content for some titles starts as far back as 1985.
He says they used the names of real FBI and UN employees and provided fake news releases and court documents to bolster their lies.
Police aren’t likely to track down the person or people responsible in this case, but hope the woman’s experience serves as a warning to be cautious online, Nichol said, noting that people may be more susceptible than they think.
“This is a person who held a responsible administrative job — she’s no dummy,” Nichol said.
“Typically, many of our victims in these cases have some form of vulnerability.
Access Now [opens in new window] A searchable online index of the headings found on individual folders of clippings in our Newspaper Clippings Collection.
The focus of the collection is on local and British Columbia issues.
Both the clipping files and the Pacific Press microfiche are available on level 5 of the central library Access Now [opens in new window] Searchable primary source material dating 1450-2008, with access to over half a million books, digitised newspapers (The Economist, Financial Times, and more), 6.5 million manuscript pages. Funded by the University of Victoria Libraries, University of British Columbia Library, and Simon Fraser University Library.