University of Toronto Libraries has a detailed Standards and Codes Research Guide with search tips and direct links to different resources.
To get tips on how search for standards and codes, take a look at:
For laws and legislation, take a look at the website of the governing body for the area of interest. For example, you might want to look at the Government of Ontario's e-Laws website; or the Justice Laws Web Site from the Government of Canada's Department of Justice - it contains current consolidated acts and regulations.
A selection of standards and codes and current laws and legislation related to mechanical and industrial engineering are listed in the box below "Standards, Codes and Legislation (Mechanical & Industrial Engineering)", including the specific standards that your instructors included in Blackboard.
Just a few examples are provided below, as links to the U of T collection. You should scan them to get a feel for the type of standards & Codes that exist, content which you can expect to see, level of detail, and language.
Find more information and links in Standards and Codes Research Guide.
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