The legacy of Catholic health care in Canada is over 400 years strong—older than the country itself. The brave, resourceful congregations of women religious who traversed our country, serving all those in need, laid the foundation for today’s health and social support system. This collection is a comprehensive resource celebrating our history, giving context and light to the legacy we continue to grow today.
A historical resource of over 500 digital history books, booklets and some videos chronicling Catholic hospitals in Canada spanning every province and territory and founded by over 50 congregations of Women Religious and 2 Congregations of Men Religious.
Foundations: A Journal for the History of Catholic Hospitals in Canada
Marymount School of Nursing Alumnae: 60 Years of Nursing 1952-2012. Sudbury, Ontario. November 13, 2012.(10 pages booklet) 2012.
The Grey Nuns in the Far North: 1867 - 1917, by Rev. Father P. Duchaussois, OMI. (287 pages with illustrations). © McClelland and Stewart Publishers, Toronto. 1919.