Here a a sample of the most significant and popular government publications databases. For further resources, choose one of the research guides in the right-hand column.
A government publication is any publication that has been issued by a government, its official agencies, or by an international governmental organization, such as the United Nations. Included are debates, legislation, public accounts and estimates, statistics, commission reports, hearings and much more.
The Library's collection covers Canadian federal, provincial and municipal materials; a broad range of publications from international agencies such as the United Nations, and selected material from foreign countries, particularly the United States and United Kingdom.
A core Government Publications Collection is held on the 5th floor, Robarts Library, holding both print and microform material. Additional government publications are held in many libraries on campus, including Downsview storage. Many can be found by searching the library catalogue under author (government bodies are considered authors) or title. For further assistance, please consult staff at the Ask Us! Desk, 2nd floor, Robarts Library, in-person, by phone (416 978-6215), or by e-mail.
The Map and Data Library reference area, computer lab, staff offices and collections are located on the 5th floor of the Robarts Library.
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Map and Data Library reference area, computer lab, staff offices and collections are located on the 5th floor of the Robarts Library. Map Libraryweb pages contain the geospatial data collection and the Scanned Map Inventory. Paper maps can be found in the library catalogue.
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