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- The Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (McGill Guide) is a guide to citation of legal materials.
- It provides comprehensive rules for citing case law, legislation, periodicals, books and government documents.
- CanLII makes primary sources of Canadian law accessible.
- Includes statutes and case law from federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions.
- Provides meanings of abbreviations for legal publications from Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
- Includes a selection of major foreign language law abbreviations.
- Features Martin's Annual Criminal Code, Martin's Related Criminal Statutes, Canadian Criminal Cases (C.C.C.) and Master Table of Cases.
- Canadian statutes and regulations prepared by the Department of Justice Canada.
- Contains consolidated versions of most of Ontario's public statutes and regulations that are up to date within 14 days of enactment of a new law or amendment of an existing law.
- An image-based, government document and legal research database, includes Canadian and international law journals, Canada Supreme Court Reports, Provincial Statutes of Canada, Constitutions of the World and more.
- Titles include: Criminal Law, The Law of Torts, The Law of Evidence, Legal Research and Writing.
- On-campus access: use this link to the Irwin collection.
- Provides access to a wide-range of Canadian legal resources including The Canadian Abridgment, The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, Index to Canadian Legal Literature, case law, legislation, and legal journals.
- A source for Canadian legal news, analysis and current awareness for legal professionals.
- Also features summaries of recent court rulings.
- Access news, business and legal information from thousands of sources.
- Search the library's print collection.
- Lexis Quicklaw Advance provides access to full-text Canadian court decisions and a wide variety of primary and secondary legal resources.
- A Canadian legal co-operative forum to share knowledge, offer advice and instruction on all aspects of law.
- Contributors include law faculty, lawyers, law librarians, and legal publishers.
- Canadian Employment Law, Breathalyzer Law in Canada, Ontario’s Equity Laws
- Collective Bargaining and Agreement, Debt Collection, Government Liability: Law and Practice
- Handling a Family Law Matter in Ontario, Law of Domestic Conflict in Canada, Law of Human rights in Canada: Practice and Procedure
- WestlawNext is a platform which provides access to key Canadian and international law resources and finding tools, including LawSource and CriminalSource.
- The platform features quick links to core resources such as the Canadian Abridgement Digest and the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest.
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