They are also available through familysearch libraries (LDS). You can order the film online and have it delivered to your closest library. Note...to put the order through you have to select a library location.
I'm in the process now of getting film. I had to order the index first. Using the location and the document number (which corresponds on the listing to year) I have ordered film to show the deed information. Some of the transactions took place by Will....which is very exciting to get....and these are included apparently with the land records. We'll see....I haven't seen the final microfilm yet. If you go to the familysearch.org website can search for Ontario records and you will see what land records they have.
Hope this helps.
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