Ontario Legislature Website Redesign – Still Looking for Feedback

The Legislative Assembly of Ontario (LAO) website design team is still taking in feedback about their redesigned website, as per the post here on Slaw from March 9, 2007.

Erica Anderson, President of the Toronto Association of Law Libraries and Research Librarian at the Legislative Library, Ontario, says: “The LAO web design team is interested in specific comments about how people use the LAO website for their work, specific reasons for wanting to change or add something is appreciated.”

Questions or comments about the web site can be addressed to assembly@ontla.ola.org.

The website is at this address: http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/home.do?locale=en.

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  1. I’d like to see all Ontario Court decisions up on a website – on that one? It doesn’t matter but CANLII doesn’t have all of them. There is also no on-line website data base that has the decisions from Landlord Tenant Boards (used to be Tribunals)

  2. The Legislature website would not be the obvious one. The Ontario Courts website at http://www.ontariocourts.on.ca/english.htm tends to have more, although the search function is deliberately limited so that the personal information that may be revealed in the cases is not indiscriminately disclosed.

    The decisions of the LTB are not precedents that can be used in future hearings, so all that is accessible are the Guidelines at http://www.ltb.gov.on.ca/en/Law/STEL02_111691.html