Occasionally you may see minor changes in the wording of your statute provision with little or no explanation. Perhaps there are no amendment breadcrumbs to follow, or you may simply see the word “revised” among the source notes. What gives?
This post will cover the status and history of non-substantive changes made to Ontario revised statutes and Federal revised statutes, and address how researchers can detect them.
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When we talk about commencement for statutes, we normally think of annual or amending statutes. However, did you know that printed official revised statutes also have commencement dates?
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Both Ontario and Canada recognize English and French as our two official languages. As a result, our laws must be written in both languages. Read on to learn more about bilingual Federal and Ontario legislation.
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