Exact Phrase Searching
Use quotation marks to search for exact phrases in the Family and Local History and Newspaper Collections. For example, type “Lincoln assassination” or “moon landing.” The search results only contain records with that exact phrase—not records where both words appear somewhere on the page.
Question Generator and Two-Way Audio Calls
Want to record your family’s story but don’t know where to start? Now, when you invite your family to record a story, you’ll see a list of questions you can use to jog their memory. A new two-way calling feature also allows you to record more than one person at a time. Learn more
ANCESTRY.CA WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Do you have French-Canadian roots? If so, we want to hear about it - especially the famous and infamous family members and fascinating stories that make you who you are today. If you've got a story for us, please email it to AMUeditor@ancestry.com
Check out 24/7 Family History Circle, an online forum where you can see what people are saying about family history topics and voice your own opinion.
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View a list of all the new and updated databases.