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Citing Government Documents
Brief Guide to Citing Canadian Government Documents & Statistics (Queen's University)
"This guide is intended to provide a general overview of how to cite Canadian government publications. Citations for any government publications should be consistent with the style used for other sources in your paper (i.e., APA or MLA Style of Citation)." -- website
How to Cite Statistics Canada Products (Statistics Canada)
"This guide has been developed for authors, editors, researchers, academics, students, librarians and data librarians. It describes, in three steps, how to build bibliographic references when citing Statistics Canada products and materials. It also gives instructions on how to cite sources other than Statistics Canada." -- website
What's New : Government Documents
The Canadian Constitution in transition by
"The year 2017 marked the 150th anniversary of Confederation and the 1867 Constitution Act. Anniversaries like these are often seized upon as opportunities for retrospection. This volume, by contrast, takes a distinctively forward-looking approach. Featuring essays from both emerging and established scholars, The Canadian Constitution in Transition reflects on the ideas that will shape the development of Canadian constitutional law in the decades to come. Moving beyond the frameworks that previous generations used to organize constitutional thinking, the scholars in this volume highlight new and innovative approaches to perennial problems, and seek new insights on where constitutional law is heading. Featuring fresh scholarship from contributors who will lead the constitutional conversation in the years ahead - and who represent the gender, ethnic, linguistic, and demographic make-up of contemporary Canada - The Canadian Constitution in Transition enriches our understanding of the Constitution of Canada, and uses various methodological approaches to chart the course toward the bicentennial."-- Provided by publisher.
Call Number: KE4219 .C345 2019
Welcome! Government Documents
Welcome to the Government Documents Research Guide at the Parrott Centre! This guide contains a selection of resources related to municipal, provincial and federal documents.
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