Something with only a tangential relation to law, but squarely in the middle of our interest in online resources and libraries:
As of today all Canadians can log into the Canadian Cochrane Centre, part of “The Cochrane Collaboration,” and free of charge read abstracts in plain language of studies in medicine and health care — or, as the welcome page puts it:
…the best available evidence on which health treatments work, which ones don’t, and which may cause harm.
I have to say I’ve never encountered the Cochrane Library before and am basically ignorant about how it’s funded and . . . [more]