The Law Society of Ontario started building their library collection in 1827 , so the Great Library is home to various historical and pre-confederation materials. However, you can find even more historical Canadian documents online through a source called Canadiana.Continue reading “Canadiana-ana-ana-ana! Finding pre-1867 materials”
In a past post, we covered tracing regulations, but what about finding the legislative intent of regulations? Unfortunately, compared to statutes, this is not always easy or straightforward.
Read on for strategies to locate legislative intent for Federal and Ontario regulations.Continue reading “Ready for Regulations, Part III: Finding legislative intent for regulations”
Work smarter, not harder… by using the legislative tables on e-Laws. Read on for more info and test your knowledge on our legislation FAQs!Continue reading “Turning the tables on legislative research”