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How do I find current legislation (also known as statutes, laws, acts, and bills) from Canada (federal) or from a province or territory?

Last Updated: Aug 20, 2013  |  217 Views

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The quickest and most reliable, authoritative  source for current Canadian legislation  is the CANLii website, a free online source provided by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.  The website provides a link for Canada federal laws, and a link for each Canadian province and territory.   Legislation is  arranged alphabetically by title of statute.   If you do not know the name a particular statute, only its subject,  use a secondary source.  You can also visit the Law Library, which holds print copies of all Canadian federal, provincial and territorial legislation.

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