Information on criminal justice, public law and private international law through the Justice Laws Website. Provides access to Canada's Consolidated Statutes and Regulations. Links to PDF versions of all Acts and Regulations.
Public access to government information forms the foundation of a healthy liberal democracy. Because this information can be precarious, it needs stewardship. This text provides analysis about the state of Canadian government information publishing.
Statistics Canada is a world leader in research. These studies and research papers cover a wide range of topics dedicated to helping Canadians know more about their social, commercial, financial and economic situation.
Your Government provides links to information about the structure and function of the Government of Ontario, its ministries and its agencies. It’s also the place to find forms and official documents, and learn more about government archives, budgets and elections.
Elections Ontario is a non-partisan Agency of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Elections Ontario’s mission is to protect the integrity and accessibility of the electoral process and to administer elections in a fair and impartial manner.
The revised Municipal Act, 2001 has brought about a new relationship between the municipal sector and the province based on mutual respect, consultation and cooperation. It recognizes municipalities as responsible and accountable levels of government and provides for the establishment of integrity officer functions at the local level.