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LEGISinfo (Parliament of Canada)

LEGISinfo is an essential research tool for finding information on legislation before Parliament. This tool provides electronic access to a wide range of information about each bill, such as:

details on the passage of the bill through the Senate and House of Commons;
the text of the bill as introduced at First Reading and its most recent version if it is amended during the legislative process;
votes;
major speeches at second reading;
coming into force data;
legislative summaries from the Parliamentary Information and Research Service of the Library of Parliament; and
government press releases and backgrounders (for government bills).

e-Laws Ontario

e-Laws lets you search and browse official electronic copies of Ontario’s statutes and regulations. New laws are usually published on the site within 2 business days.

Lexis Nexis Academic

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LexisNexis Academic is one of the world's premier full-text news, government, legal, finance and business information services. As well as providing full-text, it indexes newspapers, journals, company and financial information, legal resources, medical resources, reference works, and US patents. LexisNexis is updated daily.

Lexis Nexis QuickLaw

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QUICKLAW offers: The most extensive collection of full-text court and tribunal decisions and case law summaries. A rich collection of expert commentary and legal analysis. Reliable and comprehensive legislative collections for every province and territory. Three exclusive current awareness sources for the latest legal news and developments

Sage Full-text Collections

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Includes the full-text journals published by SAGE and participating learned societies; disciplines covered include Communication Studies, Criminology, Education, Health Sciences, Management & Organization Studies, Mass Media, Materials Science, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Urban Studies.

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