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visiting THE ARCHIVES
The City Archives welcomes visitors online and in our facility. If you are researching your family's genealogy, a property or history, the Archives can help.
women's history month
One hundred years of play
We are taking part in the World War One Centennial Project, hosted by the Thunder Bay Public Library. More information, resources, and images are being added throughout the centennial period, 2014 to 2018. Members of the public are also invited to contribute to this community project!
Make sure to check our newest exhibit, One Hundred Years of Play, celebrating the anniversary of the Playgrounds program! This exhibit includes document, photographs, and stories contributed by members of the community. Your stories are always welcome, and new contributions are added to this part of the exhibit regularly.
With the election coming up, you may enjoy looking at portraits of some of our Former Mayors.
The City of Thunder Bay Archives preserves, promotes, and makes public the City’s corporate history by managing documents through systematic records management controls and standards established by the Canadian Council of Archives.
Archives Strategic Plan 2012-2014 Adobe PDF, 44 pages, 236 KB
235 Vickers Street N
|Mailing address:||500 Donald Street E
Thunder Bay ON P7E 5V3
|Manager:||Matt Szybalski, Corporate Records Manager and City Archivist|