Here are some resources that might help you avoid common mistakes when researching your family tree in Canada. Here are some tips from GenealogySpeaks that you might find useful:

  1. Not verifying information.
  2. Not keeping track of sources.
  3. Not looking at original documents.
  4. Not understanding the historical context.
  5. Not being aware of naming conventions.
  6. Not being aware of boundary changes.
  7. Not being aware of language barriers.

You can also check out Family Tree Magazine and Family History Fanatics for more tips on avoiding errors in your genealogy data.

These 3 additional resources that might be helpful if you are doing your genealogy research in Canada:

Comment below if you have some similar tips.