Access Canada: Law
A gateway to gateways. It provides an easy way to the most important resources.
Canadian Foreign Policy DFAIT/MAECI Canada
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
A database in the field of public and free distribution of Canadian primary legal material.
Canadian materials including the Abridgement, are now on Westlaw. This is the path on Westlaw to get to it: The All Databases > International/ Worldwide Materials > North America > Regional Materials. It is called the LAWSOURCE. A password to Westlaw is required.
Canada's Statistics Website. You can access E-STAT via the Statistics Canada website at http://www.statcan.gc.ca under the Learning Resources or directly at http://www.statcan.gc.ca. In E-STAT you will find:
- CANSIM (updated once a year during the summer months)
- Census of Population, Agriculture and Search map 2001 (The data is updated every five years)
- Human Activity and the Environment (updated annually)
- Aboriginal Peoples Survey (updated every ten years)
Research tool for finding information on legislation currently before Parliament.
Canadian Legal Materials. Fee-based database. IP access for NYU law students.
All Boards and Tribunals
All Canadian Court Cases
All Canadian Legal Journals
All Canadian Rules of Court
All Canadian Statutes and Regulations
Canadian Legal Words and Phrases
Cour suprême du Canada, groupe de sources
Halsbury's Laws of Canada
LAW/NET Legal Update Service
Solicitor Forms & Precedents
Supreme Court of Canada, Group Source
The Canada Digest
Index of Laws and Consolidated Statutes
Offered by the Canadian Department of Justice.
Site for Canadian justice and legal information services. Use the search engine to find cases, bills, legislation.
At the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Index to multilateral and bilateral treaties. See also the treaties between United States of America and Canada at LexUM.
Researching Canadian Law by Ted Tjaden