A “committee” is a group of parliamentarians, selected to consider matters, including bills, referred to it by the Senate or the House of Commons. This page provides the standing committee list, notices of meetings, evidence and information regarding witnesses, news releases, and searchable documents.
Find current laws and regulations of the Canadian government. This site also provides links to several important resources for case law, bills, regulations, reference documents, income tax law, and frequently accessed statutes.
The Library and Archives Canada (LAC) collection is the shared documentary heritage of all Canadians. It contains links to databases, resources and virtual exhibitions. Includes an index to Federal Royal Commissions and the diaries of Mackenzie King.
The Lexum collection contains the Supreme Court of Canada judgments since 1907 and judgments in leave applications since 2006. The collection is updated within minutes of the public release of the judgments by the Court.
Written by Catherine Best, a law professor at UBC, this guide outlines strategies and techniques for Canadian legal research, finding and using secondary sources, finding and analyzing cases, updating research, searching statutes and searching web-based legal materials.