The Globe and Mail does not sell back issues of The Globe and Mail newspaper, ROB Magazine, Style Advisor and of any of its inserts.
Unfortunately we do not offer back copies for sale nor do we keep extra copies of the ROB Magazine, Style Advisor and the various inserts included in the newspaper from time to time. The Globe and Mail head office does not stock any current or prior copies of its newspapers, magazines, inserts, The New York Times newspaper and / or The New York Times magazine.
Accessing previous issues:
You can still access copies of The Globe and Mail newspapers via public or university libraries. Most libraries have access to the microfilm version or keep paper indexes of The Globe and Mail newspapers with some of those libraries also carrying the Globe's "Canada's Heritage from 1844" electronic archive. This archive contains the electronic full-page archive of The Globe starting from June 1844. The coverage includes all stories, plus thousands of images, ads, classifieds, births and deaths dating back to the pre-Confederation era. Check with your local public library system. Please note that "Canada's Heritage from 1844" does not include the past four years of publication.
Finding a specific article:
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Articles may have different headlines in print and on the web. On the web, articles may go through multiple iteration and updates and hence the headline may change over time. As such, when conducting your search, focus on some key words within the article itself or search by author if you know it.
A. If the article was published after January 1, 2000, you could find it on our web site (www.globeandmail.com), by using the search box located in the upper right hand corner of the web site. Please note that The Globe and Mail does not offer a search service.
B. If the article was published before January 1, 2000, below are your options:
- Globe and Mail content (articles only) dating back to Nov. 14, 1977, is available on several premium content, fee-based subscription online services. Check with your company's information centre or your local public library system, who may have a fee-based custom research service.
- Most public libraries have electronic or paper indexes of The Globe and Mail available for searching. From there, date and page number can be found, making it possible to look at the paper on microfilm . Even the smallest libraries have access to these services through Interlibrary Loans.
- Through our relationship with ProQuest, we market our product, "Canada's Heritage from 1844," to major public libraries and universities across Canada. It contains the electronic full-page archive of The Globe starting from June 1844 (four current years are embargoed). Coverage includes all stories, plus thousands of images, ads, classifieds, births and deaths dating back to the pre-Confederation era. Check with your local public library system.
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