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Genealogy, Family Trees, Canadian Family History RecordsI sure you heard of Ancestry.com but did you know that they have a Canadian site as well @ Ancestry.ca that is not just a copy of it US site but a truly Canadian site with Canadian Data such as Birth, Marriage & Death records and so much more from all ten provinces plus Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Ancestry.ca will make it easy to build your family tree online, all you have to do is start with your very own name as well as other family members and then they will provide hits that will help you uncover more relatives that you did not even know about. You may even fine photos of long lost relatives as you continue to build your extensive family tree.

Ancestry.ca is the largest online resource for Canadians for historical records from both Canada and around the world, and they continue to add more data from Canada on a regular basics and as an example of this did you know that Ancestry.ca just launched their Canada Voters Lists collection a few weeks ago containing over 80 million records and by far the largest Canadian collection on Ancestry.ca. Other historical records from Canada include Census and voters list, Immigration records, Canadian Military records, School and Church records, Land and Will records and even Tax and Criminal records. Searching records such as these will help you find your own family history so easily.

Worried about having so much data at your fingertips? Not to worry they have a learning center to help you get started and guide you through the whole process plus they even have an ancestry member community where you can communicate with other members to ask question or even help them as you gain more knowledge.

Ancestry.ca offers you a 14 day free trial so you can give their system a test run and then if you wish you can pay as low as $9.95 a month after your test run is over. Plus Ancestry.ca is available in both available in both English and French. So if you been putting off creating your very own family tree why not visit Ancestry.ca now, by clicking here to see their great collection of Canadian Family History Records.