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Constitutional Law: Legislation

Canadian Constitution
(i.e. Consolidation of Constitution Acts, 1867 to 1982)

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
(i.e. Constitution Act, 1982: Part I)

Historic Documents

See also: Canadian Constitutional Documents (salon.org) which offers a comprehensive compilation of historical acts, amendments, committee reports and other important documents.

Constitute Project
Offers links to every constitution in the world, in English. Content can be filtered, compared and downloaded/exported to Google Docs.

Globalex: Individual country constitutions
Go to Foreign Law Research > country > constitutional documents.

Library of Congress: Guide to Law Online
Provides links to full text constitutions on official government websites.

WorldLII
Select the country and then click on Constitutional Law or Legislation.

Law Librarian

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Matthew Renaud
Contact:
E.K. Williams Law Library
(204) 474-6371
Subjects: Law