As you may have already heard:
- You can now QuickCite statutes; and
- Solicitor Forms & Precedents are now available through Quicklaw.
I haven’t had much of an opportunity to explore the statutory QuickCite function yet, but from my first quick glance it seems like a welcome addition. You can access this feature when viewing a particular statutory provision by clicking on the QuickCite symbol, which looks like this:
As for the scope of its coverage, according to the Source Information entry, “Federal and provincial statutory references from the last revisions, cited in case law decided from [1 January] 1992 are included (from [1 January] 2005 for Quebec). Constitutional Statutes cited in case law from 1992 are also included.”