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Yale University became a selective depository for Canadian federal government documents in 1961. It is one of approximately 50 depository libraries for Canadian information in the United States. Strengths of the collection include parliamentary debates and reports, royal commission reports, serials, atlases, statistical data, and executive agency annual reports. The Canadian federal government documents collection complements and supplements the secondary literature collection, most of which is housed in Sterling Memorial Library.
Beginning in 2012, the Government of Canada transitioned to electronic-only for publications from the Publishing Program and publications provided by departments to the Depository Services Program.
Provides electronic access to a wide range of information on legislation before Parliament, such as details on the passage of the bill through the Senate and House of Commons, the text of the bill, votes, and legislative summaries. Coverage begins with the 37th Parliament in 2001.
Use the Yale Library catalog to search for Canadian government documents in all formats. Given the shift toward electronic-only publishing since 2012, you should also consult the Canadian documents Google search and other resources linked above to locate current information.