Finding “Unreported” Ontario Decisions: Unreported, but not Unretrievable?  

Trying to find an Ontario case but can’t find any trace of it online? With the advent of online databases such as Lexis Advance Quicklaw, Westlaw Canada, and CanLII, one may have the impression that “everything is now online.” And while we now commonly refer to any decision not published online as “unreported,” even the term itself has changed in meaning (for an excellent review of the evolution of the term, look to the Law Society of Saskatchewan’s blog post “Unreported, You Say?”). 

Nevertheless, finding caselaw that is not readily available is still a reality the legal researcher faces today, and if you can’t find it online or in any of the printed reporters, there are some steps you can follow to try and locate that elusive decision:  

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In-person Great Library Orientation Tours Are Back!

Starting May 15, the Great Library will be running a series of orientation tours to introduce you to the library’s in-person and remote resources and services. To make sure all who are interested can participate, we are offering in-person tours as well as 3 virtual sessions over Zoom. Tours will be short (approximately 30 to 45 minutes in length), and provide a great opportunity for you to ask questions about the Great Library and meet the staff!

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