The link is to the MNCAT entry for the index, but this is a 76-volume set with titles ranging from Aboriginal to Youth Justice. For basic information on any aspect of Canadian law, starting with Halsbury’s Laws of Canada is advisable. It provides summaries of relevant laws, with citations to statutes, cases, and regulations.
Handbooks and Textbooks
If you are new to legal research, or just want a good primer on Canadian legal research, start with one of the texts listed below.
Popularly referred to as "Reynolds & Flores", this guide is an essential resource for locating primary and secondary foreign law resources as well as information regarding the legal histories and legal systems of countries worldwide.
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