- The Canadian Poetry Archive
The Canadian Poetry Archive features selected poems from over 100 early English- and French-language Canadian poets. Digitized from public domain anthologies found in the National Library of Canada’s rich literature collection, the poems represent some of Canada’s most notable poetry from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
- Canadian Poetry
Poetry links from the University of Toronto English Library.
- The League of Canadian Poets – Young Poets
Young Poets is a project of The League of Canadian Poets, Canada’s professional poetry organization. This is a non-profit organization working to promote poetry in this country and to promote Canadian poetry around the world.
- The Lines of the Poet
The book, “The Lines of the Poet”, is a unique celebration of Canadian poetry. The book is the result of dedicated work between artists, writers, editors, and craftsmen. The complete works includes signed poetry and drawn portraits of thirteen most distinguished poets over the past sixty years. The editor, Doug Jones, is the fourteenth portrait. Each portrait has been signed and numbered by the Montreal artist, Rosengarten, and each poem signed by its author. Only one hundred and thirty copies were made. “Follett Webpath Express, 2010″
- Poems and Poets: The Poetry Foundation
A searchable database including poems and poetry for all occasions. The site offers entry to thousands of poems by category (nature, religion, arts and sciences, etc.); occasion (birthdays, funerals, and holidays); first line; 10 most recently added poems; glossary terms; and 10 most popular poems.
- Representative Poetry Online
This database includes about 2,900 English poems by over 400 poets from Caedmon, in the Old English period, to the work of living poets today. Search poets alphabetically or chronologically, their poems by title, or their poems by first line or last line.