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The Canadian legislation and parliamentary materials guide provides you the basic resources on researching and accessing Canadian statutes, regulation, debates, bills and gazettes. The Law Library has a rich collection of print and electronic Canadian legislative and parliamentary resources. Part of these materials have also been digitized and hosted on the Internet Archives in the Canadian Libraries.

Where possible, the guide provides access to official sources such as government sites, in addition to other open access resources such as CanLII.

The guide is divided into the following pages:



Provinces & Territories: Statutes & RegulationsBills, Debates


Historical Statutes    Repealed Statutes

Table of Public Statutes




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