Since Library and Archives Canada (LAC) extended its long-standing partnership with Canadiana.org to digitize microfilms in August 2013, 17.4 million images and 535 collections have been added to the Héritage website. These microfilms cover personal, administrative and government records.
Up until recently, clients looking for microfilmed records in the collection would start their search on the LAC website, then go to the Héritage website to check if that content was already digitized. But now, you can find out whether a microfilmed record has been digitized or not just by consulting the MIKAN description!
In this example for the Royal Canadian Air Force files, the following graphical notice is displayed at the top of the page in the Title section:Scrolling down to the Finding aid section, you will find the link to the Héritage website:
As other microfilms are digitized and made available on the Héritage website, similar links will be added to the corresponding MIKAN descriptions.