are documents that describe the important features of a product, service or system. For example, CSA Standard Z262.34-00 Ice Hockey Pucks specifies a hockey puck's material, size, mass, hardness at room temperature and test methods.
Since codes are collections of laws, you need to determine if it would be a federal, provincial, or municipal body who would be interested in that topic.
Most laws are available online; for example the Ontario Building Code is available on the Government of Ontario's E-laws Website. However, standards-writing organizations such as CSA (Canadian Standards Association) publish other Canadian construction codes and standards, such as the Canadian Electrical Code. These codes may only be available through the organization that created the standard (the "law" would be that that is the standard that you have to use).
Search the USPTO for patents.
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