Found in A Collection of Talks of Historical Interest 1990 (Pittsburgh Historical Society), 1990.
Historic Kingston, Vol 32, 1984.
In The Canadian Historical Review, Volume 32, 1951, pp 126-138.
Historic Kingston, Volume 33, 1985.
Historic Kingston, Volume 15, 1967.
An article from from the Kingston Gazette, 17 Nov. 1812, reprinted in Historic Kingston, Volume 6, 1957.
Historic Kingston, Volume 11, 1963.
Historic Kingston, Vol 17, 1969.
A digitized copy of this is available on the Internet Archive.
Read it online via The Champlain Society Digital Collections.
3 Volumes (Volume 3 in 2 parts). Toronto: Champlain Society, 1920-1928. Read it online via the Champlain Society Digital Collections.
From The National Archives (ADM 103/466), this resource consists of digital photos of the original record-books in which the prisoners' names were written. It includes nearly 15,000 names of army and navy prisoners, plus those taken from merchant vessels and privateers. The books are arranged by the first letter of the surname only, i.e., all the names starting with B are together, but not in alphabetical order.
This document is a pdf.
This page from the Ontario Historical Socienty includes many links to historic sites, living history groups, museums and archives.
The War of 1812 Website list of British Regular Regiments in North America during the War of 1812 (Compiled by Robert Henderson).
Even though it says "American," there are a number of links to Canadian sources.
From Library and Archive Canada, these are records about the British Army in Canada, Loyalist regiments, the War of 1812, the Canadian militia, etc. Both the index (linked in the title above) and documents consist of many reels of un-transcribed/un-indexed microfilm.
The National Archives (U.K.) provides access to British Army Lists of the War Office and other records that list the names of officers who served in the British Army, including those who served in Canada.