The people at FamilySearch.org published their latest press release yesterday, and they have three Canadian projects that are being indexed.
In British Columbia, they have completed 43%% of the Death Vital Registers, and 71% of the Marriage Registers.
A new one — Registres Paroissiaux (the Parish Registers) (1800-1900) — is just underway, only having completed 2% so far, and it will be in French.
By coincidence, I have an article coming out in the November/December issue of Discovering Family History Magazine entitled, "Discovering Your Family History Center"!
It talks about Family History Centers around the world (did you know that there are 4,500 centers in 88 countries?), and their impact on the local genealogical community.