The largest collection of French-Canadian records, accessed on an AGS Edmonton Branch library computer.
Généalogie Québec is a genealogical research website that hosts more than 50 million images (from several collections, including Quebec, Acadia, USA, Ontario, etc.) and documents covering from the origin of New France to today. It is the largest and most comprehensive French-Canadian database online and belongs to the Drouin Genealogical Institute. The church records can be searched using their excellent tool, LAFRANCE. It also has links to the family reconstructions & indexes prior to 1830 on the PRDH-IGD website.
The Drouin Church Records Collection (i.e. Registres du Fonds Drouin)
Accessed through Ancestry.ca or GénéalogieQuébec websites on an AGS Edmonton Branch library computer.
The Drouin Church Records Collection is a collection of images of parish registers (baptisms, burials and marriages) as well as other documents. It covers all of Quebec and French Acadia as well as parts of Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northeastern United States. This massive collection contains almost the entirety of Quebec’s civil registry from 1621 to the 1940s (of all spiritual denominations), which encompasses most individuals who lived in the province during that period.
Marriages & Deaths in Québec Database
Accessed through MyHeritage or GénéalogieQuébec websites on an AGS Edmonton Branch library computer.
The Marriages and Deaths 1926-1997 tool is a detailed index of civil marriage and death forms recorded in Quebec between 1926 and 1997, all religious denominations included. This collection contains over 5 million files. Original documents can be viewed only for marriages; the death files are indexes.