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  1. Canadian government publications.
  2. Access to Canadian health and public policy documents, and Canadian e-books.

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  1. Historical access to the Canada Gazette.
  2. BC Laws provides free public access to the current laws of British Columbia. This unofficial current consolidation of BC Statutes and Regulations is updated continually as new and amended laws come into force.

  3. List of available BC government publications.
  4. The Document Repository is FAO’s official online repository for all information products and reports. It offers free and direct access to all indexed publications as well as official reports and other papers and documents published by FAO, as well as some materials produced by other sources with FAO involvement.
  5. GALLOPP indexes full-text and bibliographic content from the electronic government documents collections of 10 Canadian jurisdiction
  6. A centralized access point to locate and/or download publications authored by the Government of Canada.
  7. The Ipsos Canadian Public Affairs Dataverse is a repository of over 60 Ipsos Canada surveys that shed light on Canadian culture, politics, and society.
  8. Information about individual Canadian federal government bills.
  9. Catalogue of the Legislative Library and BC Newspaper and Periodicals Indexes.
  10. is an online platform that allows users to access an enriched and fully searchable version of the Debates of the House of Commons of Canada (Hansard).
  11. Descriptions of archival materials located in the British Columbia Archives and other BC archives.
  12. A searchable database of select Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) records.
  13. The Statistics Canada Web Data Server provides access to aggregate data using the Beyond 20/20 platform
  14. Online access to Trade Policy Reviews published by the World Trade Organization.
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