Canadian Genealogy

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Canadian Genealogy

There is so much information on genealogy now readily available on the internet, but trying to find what is most relevant to you can prove to be more difficult than first imagined.

Imagine having to travel all over Canada, or even the world, to track down crucial birth records, immigration records, census indexes, or other historical documents and photos to trace your family history. The time and cost elements are overwhelming.

Luckily, sites such as www.ancestry.ca are becoming increasingly popular tools that allow you to connect with family, discover distant relatives, and build out a full family tree.

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What is a Family Tree?

Your pedigree is your personal family tree, documenting the roots and branches of your lineages.

Start your family tree to begin discovering and organizing your family story. The best place to begin is by entering what you know about yourself and immediate family. As you enter your information, databases such as OneWorldTree, a fully indexed, searchable resource of family trees, may be able help you build your tree automatically.

Can Canadian Genealogy re-unite you with your past?

Do you want to know more about your past? Canadiangenealogy.ca is here to aid you in your family history research. Whether you are looking for lost relatives, your great-great-grandfather who traveled across the ocean or the elusive famous family tree member, let Canadiangenealogy.ca point you in the right direction. Click on the sidebar link Family History Records to explore the variety of genealogy records that are available to help you in your search.

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2006 Census of Canada