Contains full-text articles from over 190 popular Canadian magazines and 97 newspapers, including the Toronto Star and the Ottawa Citizen.
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Offers an extensive collection of popular full-text magazines, journals, and other highly-regarded sources from the world's leading publishers, covering virtually every subject of general interest.

Get unlimited access to more than 7,000 of the world's top newspapers and magazines as an Aurora Public Library cardholder. No limits on downloads and they're yours to keep for as long as you want! Titles available in more than 60 languages from around the world; PressReader even has the ability to translate any title into 19 different languages. Customize your interests, automatically download your favorite publications, and more!

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Download the latest PressReader app for Android, iOS / apple, Windows, Blackberry or Amazon tablet, eReader or smartphone. Unlimited digital magazines and newspapers as soon as they hit newsstands! 

Search over 2000 full-text sources including magazines, newspapers, books, and media transcripts available in the eLibrary resource, as well as the ProQuest Historical Newspaper's The Toronto Star from 1894 and The Globe and Mail from 1844.