I had earlier asked about efforts to organize the increasing amount of legislation being digitized as a result of various efforts by academic and courthouse law libraries.
While conducting such historical legislative research online I stumbled across the Canadian Legislation Online page at the Great Library and I don’t think SLAW has yet commented on their page.
Kudos to the Great Library. They provide links to a number of the historical material, including:
– the Canada Gazette (soon to be from 1841 to 1997) (via Library and Archives Canada) (the site works great and saved me a trip to the Great Library)
– federal Orders in Council via Archivanet
– Statutes of Ontario (1981 to 1991)
– Revised Statutes of Ontario (1914, 1927, 1937, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990)
– Ontario Regulations (1944 to 1996)
– Revised Regulations of Ontario (1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990)
There are of course links to current Canadian federal and provincial legislation, all neatly organized.
This is your one-stop shopping for online Canadian legislative research (and if the other contributors of the content such as the Bora Laskin Law Library, Osgoode Hall Law School Law Library and other organizations have created their own pages, please let us know via the Comments feature).