The provinces also publish the decisions of their courts. These case reports can be found in MNCAT using the following subject: law reports digests etc [name of the province]. The Dominion Law Reports include decisions from the highest courts of the provinces as well as the Supreme Court and Federal Court.
The National Reporter (Library holdings end in 2003) allows a subject approach to federal cases since 1973. The publisher, Maritime Law Book Ltd., has created a topic and number system similar to West's. Each case has headnotes at the beginning with assigned topics and key numbers. Every 10 volumes, covering approximately two years, a digest volume is published which digests cases by the topic and number system. Each digest volume also includes a topical digest using key words. After the latest digest volume, one must use each volume of the National Reporter to update the digest. Advance sheets are also published, but the Library's holdings end in 2003. A table of cases is included.
A Butterworth publication, Supreme Court of Canada Reports Service (Library's holdings end in 2003), has a subject index and table of cases to every supreme court decision since 1875, regardless of where it was published. A subject index that is a companion to the official reporter of the Supreme Court of Canada, entitled Index to the Supreme Court of Canada Reports (KE140.5 .I53x 1952), covers the years 1876 to 1950. A table of cases is also included.
The Dominion Law Reports also have a citator that allows you to determine whether any case reported in D.L.R. has been cited in any other court in Canada. Since D.L.R. claims to report cases from all the courts of Canada, this should allow you to determine where any case from any Canadian court has been cited by any other Canadian case. Cases are listed by the D.L.R. cite. This set is updated by an annual cumulative volume.