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Aboriginal Law in Canada

Use this guide for researching Aboriginal issues in Canadian law. It will help you to identify quickly the key legal treatises, legislation and most significant cases along with their analyses; news rss are also provided

Sources of Legislation at the UofT - Search for more ....

Print versions of all Canadian statutes and regulations are available on the main floor of the Bora Laskin Law Library.

Also, legislation can be accessed online from the following sources:

Justice Canada website - federal legislation free to access

e-laws Ontario - provincial Ontario laws free to access 

canlii (Canadian legal Information Institute) - legislation and caselaw free to access

Quicklaw - available to the UofT students only

Westlaw - available to UofT law students only

See the tutorials to the left on how to use the online law databases (Quicklaw, Westlaw & Canlii) When  using them, please select the full screen option to view the tutorial and use the escape button to return to this guide.

Check it out!

Quicklaw search tutorial

Westlaw research tutorial

Introduction to online research with Canlii