Halsbury's laws of Canada is a comprehensive collection that delivers an authoritative, reliable and elegant statement of Canadian law. It covers every proposition of the law. Each volume is divided into alphabetically arranged titles that make it convenient to use and allows for quick and easy research into any topic (LexisNexis Quicklaw).
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The Canadian encyclopedic digest provides a comprehensive statement of the law of Ontario and the four western provinces - provincial, federal and common law - as derived from the case law and legislation (Thomson Reuters Westlaw).
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This publication is the definitive work on Canadian constitutional law, written by a respected constitutional law scholar. All aspects of the subject are thoroughly analyzed, including: basic constitutional concepts, distribution of powers, civil liberties and practice-related issues. If necessary, click on the Launch Proview button to go to the home page for this resource. No login details are required.
This looseleaf Counsel Edition of Martin's Criminal Code contains the annotated Criminal Code, the Canada Evidence Act, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and excerpts from the Constitution Act. If necessary, click on the Launch Proview button to go to the home page for this resource. No login details are required.