Local History

Oakville Public Library has a growing collection of research materials unique to the history of Oakville and its people. It contains a wide variety of resources documenting the history and development of our community.

Genealogy

Genealogy is the study of family relationships and histories from generation to generation. Oakville Public Library helps you in your research by providing access to records that document your heritage. Our resources will help you get started.

Services

Microfilm Readers/Printers

Three Microfilm Readers/Printers are available for use in the Oakville Room, Central Branch, on a first come first served basis during regular library hours. Printouts are available at a cost of 20 cents a page.

Interlibrary Loans

Interlibrary Loan is a system of borrowing and lending of material between library systems across North America.
Microfilm from Archives of Ontario may be requested for use in the Oakville Room.

Please use the microfilm request form for these items.

Reference & Referral

Information Staff are available to assist with your research. Referrals may be made if a request is outside the scope of staff expertise.

Halton County Genealogy Mailing List: Join other family history researchers from around the world in discussions and research about Halton County Families.

Ask a Question

Whether you're looking for general information, or something specific, we're here to help.

Have a local history question or want to book an appointment with our Local History Librarian? Call 905-815-2042, ext. 5903.


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