The mission of Theses Canada is to “acquire and preserve a comprehensive collection of Canadian theses at Library and Archives Canada (LAC), to provide access to this valuable research within Canada and throughout the world.” Increasingly, you will find recent Canadian Master’s and Doctoral theses online (in full-text). For example, I did a title keyword search using “internet” and “law” at this site and uncovered, among other things, the following recent thesis, available in PDF:
Zizic, Bojana, 1972-. Copyright infringement occurring over the internet [microform] : choice of law considerations. — Ottawa : National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 2001.
A more extensive online database of theses is the Proquest Digital Dissertations database, available at the University of Toronto and many other libraries (by subscription). This database covers all of North America and purports to provide full-text theses from 1997 to current (see the U of T bibliographic description here).