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View Resource The Federal Court of Canada

The official Website of the Federal Court of Canada provides online access to federal court decisions from 1990 through the present. The Federal Court has jurisdiction over all cases involving federal statutes and includes both a trial and appellate court. Users can access the court's decisions alphabetically by case name, by date, or by docket number. Users can also download the current Federal...
View Resource History of the Federal Electoral Ridings since 1867

This site from the Canada's Library of Parliament is an excellent resource for students and scholars of Canadian political history. Using the site, visitors can access information on all of the federal election candidates since Confederation in 1867. Visitors can search by riding (constituency), name of a candidate, political party, general election, and by-election, or conduct a full-text search...
View Resource First Among Equals: The Prime Minister in Canadian Life and Politics

As a joint project of the National Library of Canada and National Archives of Canada, the First Among Equals website is an online version of an exhibit that features information regarding all twenty Prime Ministers of Canada. This well designed site allows visitors to learn about the role of each Prime minister, the path they take to gain power, and even their private lives during and after...
View Resource Canada e-Book -- Statistics Canada

While it would be hard to adequately encapsulate one country in a single website, the Canadian government offers a nice introduction to the diversity within itself through the Canada e-book homepage. The site is divided into four primary sections: The Land, The People, The Economy, and The State. Clicking on each one of these sections brings users to a list of detailed subtopics. Each subtopic...
View Resource Canada Gazette

Published regularly by the Queen's Printer since 1841, the Canada Gazette is the "official newspaper" of the Government of Canada. The Canada Gazette serves Canadians by giving them access to the laws and regulations that govern their daily lives, along with assisting the private sector in meeting legal requirements. Essentially, what appears in the Gazette are new statutes and regulations,...
View Resource Canadian Heritage

As a department of the Canadian government, Canadian Heritage is "responsible for national policies and programs that promote Canadian content, foster cultural participation, active citizenship and participation in Canada's civic life, and strengthen connections among Canadians." On their homepage, visitors can read through the "Headlines" area to get a sense for the programs they sponsor, which...