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Poster announcing HeinOnline has added 11 new journals to their Law Journals Library. Click to go to related HeinOnline blog entry.

 Manitoba Reports are now in  

Researching historic Manitoba case law has never been easier!

Grant-funding from the Manitoba Law Foundation has enabled the digitizing of over 9,500 decisions from the 1st & 2nd series of the Manitoba Reports. All of the decisions are now available in CanLII, the Canadian Legal Information Institute's open-access database.

Search the reports by entering "man r" in the case name search field:


Manitoba Gazette is now Online!

The recently enacted Government Notices Modernization Act has amended a number of statutory provisions that required the publication of notices in a local newspaper. The act stipulates that it is now suffice to publish public notices in the Manitoba Gazette, the government's official publication.

While notices have historically been published in the Manitoba Gazette, it was only available to paid subscribers in print format. To support the above amendments, the Manitoba Gazette has been made a free online publication.

A link to the online version, which offers issues from 2013-present, can be found in the University of Manitoba Libraries' catalog or by visiting:



Download the Library Access browser extension to simplify access to UML's licensed online content.

The Library Access browser extension will notify you when you are on a website for which the UM Libraries has a subscription. A single click will then open the online content via the UML's systems. If it is not accessible, Library Access will automatically check whether there are open access versions of the material.

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