The purpose of this guide is to pull together useful information, tutorials, videos and links to help you with your Canadian Law and Legislation research.
Navigate through the tabs above as needed while you work through your project.
The intent of this guide is not to show you all the resources that may be used. Rather, this guide identifies quality resources and provides direction for your research.
Research is not linear ... be prepared to hit road blocks, go off on tangents and change your mind!
Keep a Research Journal so you can keep track of where you've searched and what you've found in case you need to backtrack.
For a more complete description of legal research, have a look at The Best Guide to Canadian Legal Research or Ted Tjaden's book Legal Research and Writing or website Doing Legal Research in Canada. Also available is OC Library's Research, Writing and Citing guide.
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