General: Prior to 1867, the word emigrant was used instead of immigrant to refer to people who were coming into Canada. On-line: Immigration and Citizenship Overview Date Range: various datesPrimary Link: Library and Archives Canada: Immigration and Citizenship Passenger Lists via Olive Tree Genealogy Date Range: various datesPrimary Link: Olive Tree Genealogy Website Immigrants Before 1865 Date Range: 1801 - 1865Primary Link: Library and Archives Canada Library and Archives Canada: Passenger Lists (1865 - 1922) Date Range: 1865 - 1935Primary Link: Library and Archives Canada: Passenger Lists 1865-1922 Toronto Emigrant Office Assisted Immigration Registers Database ("Hawke Papers") Date Range: 1865 - 1883Primary Link: Archives of Ontario Website FamilySearch: Canada Passenger Lists (1881-1922) Date Range: 1881 - 1922Primary Link: FamilySearch: Canada Passenger Lists (1881-1922) E-resources: Ancestry Library Edition Date Range: various dates Print: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 29 volumes Call number: CENTRAL REF 929.373 PasDate Range: various datesAdditional Information: There is no comprehensive index, so each volume must be searched separately; an extremely tedious process. If possible, use the Ancestry: Library Edition database instead, OR Canadian Passenger Lists 1881-1922 on the FamilySearch website. The Emigrant Scots: An inventory of extant ships manifests (passenger lists) in Canadian archives for ships travelling from Scotland to Canada before 1900 Author: James LawsonCall number: GENEAL 929.371 LawsDate Range: various dates Index of passengers who emigrated to Canada between 1817 and 1849 Author: John A. ActonCall number: GENEAL 929.371 ActDate Range: 1817 - 1849 A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada before Confederation [book] Author: Whyte, DonaldDate Range: various dates Microfilm: Immigration Records from the Archives of Ontario Date Range: 1831 - 1901Primary Link: Archives of Ontario In Person / Application: Immigration Records 1936 - Present Date Range: 1936 - 0Additional Information: Due to privacy legislation, records from January 1936 to the present are not available for public consultation. They are on file with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Learn how to access these records on the Immigration and Citizenship page of the Genealogy and Family History (LAC).