There are local groups and facilities who also specialize in genealogy and want to help others access family history documents.
The Lambton Branch of the OGS is a great resource for assistance with Ontario genealogical inquiries and the Sarnia Family History Centre is a wonderful resource for international genealogical documents.
The Lambton County Branch of the OGS is a non-profit organization of people who share an interest in family history and genealogy. Monthly meetings are open to the public and include presentations on researching genealogical records.
Members also work on projects to make archival and genealogical documents more accessible to fellow researchers by indexing, digitizing, and writing publications. Members will also conduct research (for a fee) for out of branch OGS members.
The Sarnia Family History Centre is a branch of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Located in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Sarnia Family History Centre is open to the public.
The Centre has borrowing privileages from the Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world, and can borrow microfilm reels or microfiche in the FamilySearch Catalog. The Sarnia Family History Centre is a great resource for worldwide genealogical records.