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Constitutional Law: Online Resources

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Acts of the Parliament of Canada (Annual Statutes)
Australian & Canadian Acts of the Parliament
Revised Statutes of Canada
Provincial Statutes of Canada

Canada Statute Service (features amendment history of statutes)

Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII)

Canadian Parliamentary Historical Resources
This free database offers digitized copies of parliamentary publications from the 1st Session of the 1st Parliament (1867) until online coverage commenced at and The database includes debates, journals, committee documentation and bills of the Senate and the House of Commons, the Senate Minutes of Proceedings, the Rules of the Senate, the House of Commons Votes and Proceedings, and the Standing Orders of the House of Commons. Historical sessional papers are also available from 1867 to 1901.

Centre for Constitutional Studies
Out of the University of Alberta, the Centre was created as a forum for research and public education in Canada about our Constitution. It publishes two journals, including Constitutional Forum, which is available for free on the website.

The Constitutional Law is a interactive blog where academics, practitioners and the public may publish, review and discuss recent Supreme Court judgments and current or upcoming cases. The blog is managed by students of the Osgoode Hall Law School, under the supervision of a faculty editor-in-chief.

Double Aspect: Canadian public law and other exciting things
Award-winning blog on Canadian constitutional and administrative law by Leonid Sirota and Mark Mancini

UK Constitutional Law Association Blog
Blog of constitutional law scholars in the UK whom are affiliated with the International Association of Constitutional Law.

Law Librarian

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