Legal Resources

The following are web links to resources for those interested in conducting Canadian legal research on their own. While there exist commercial (and more expensive) resources, I still use the following resources for the vast majority of my work.

Searching for Case Law / Legislation

Researching Legislation (Federal)
Justice Laws

Researching Legislation (Provincial)
Alberta – Queen’s Printer and QP Source*
British Columbia – BC Laws and QP Legaleze*
Manitoba – Government of Manitoba
New Brunswick – Office of the Attorney General
Newfoundland and Labrador – House of Assembly
Northwest Territories – Department of Justice
Nova Scotia – Department of Justice
Nunvavut – Department of Justice
Ontario – eLaws
PEI – Legislative Counsel Office
Quebec – Justice Quebec
Saskatchewan – Queen’s Printer
Yukon – Government of Yukon

* Payment is required to access Alberta’s QP Source and BC’s QP Legaleze

Searching for Law Firm Articles and Publications
Fie Fie Foe Firm

Overview Guides
Blakes – Doing Business In Canada Guide, 2013

Lastly, if what you are not looking for is not found here, another great resource is the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Great Library.