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Provinces and Territories
Government Home Pages

  Province/Territory   Province/Territory
Alberta (Edmonton) British Columbia (Victoria)
Manitoba (Winnipeg)
New Brunswick (Fredericton)

Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's)


Northwest Territories (Yellowknife)
Nova Scotia (Halifax)

Nunavut (Iqaluit)


Ontario (Toronto)

Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)

Québec (Québec City)

Saskatchewan (Regina)

Yukon (Whitehorse)    

For more provincial and territorial information, visit the About Canada section.


~~~~Information to be Organized and Added to Corresponding Province or Territory~~~~
But Do check it out since this is a Work in Progress

Recommended Sites:  Canadian Government

On this page:
Government of Canada | Canadian Statistics |

Other Recommended Sites
Government of Ont. | Courts & Justice | Elections | Federal & Ont. Parties | Gov. Publications | Statutes & Regulations | Search Engines, etc.

Government of Canada

  • Canada Site
    The primary site for the Government of Canada provides information on government departments and programs. It also provides resources for specialized groups, e.g. youth, seniors and Canadian business.
  • Service Canada
    An index of the federal service delivery network, or portals of general information, initiatives, programs and services offered by the Government of Canada.
  • Atlas of Canada
    Formerly the National Atlas of Canada, this site provides maps incorporating data on a variety of topics, e.g. environment, people, climate change and economic.
  • Bank of Canada
    For unclaimed bank balances and information on savings bonds select Services. For interest rates, price indexes and key indicators scroll to the bottom right of the page.
  • Canada Benefits
    Information about benefits for Federal, Provincial and territorial programs. Programs divided by type of person, e.g. seniors, parents, persons with disabilities, also by the category Life events, e.g. retirement, divorce, along with an A-Z benefits index.
  • Canada Post [Postal Code Maps]
    Use Canada Post's postal code maps to find households by area. These can be useful when creating business marketing plans. Hint: To find a postal code map for Burlington do the following: under Ontario click in the M column (maps). Then under the heading Central Ontario look for Burlington and click on the letter M. You will see a map that shows the postal codes for Burlington to the level of 3.
  • Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
    A Canadian federal government agency based in Hamilton, Ontario which identifies hazards and risks in the workplace and strives to eliminate Canadian work-related illnesses and injuries.
  • Canadian Constitutional Documents and Proposals
    Features the Constitution Act (Formerly British North America Act), Meech Lake Accord and others.
  • Canadian Intellectual Property Office
    For government information on patents, trade-marks, industrial designs and copyrights.
  • Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
    News, background and resources about global issues and sustainable economic development, from a Canadian government-supported agency.
  • Canadian Race Relations Foundation
    Includes downloadable on-line publications on a variety of topics, e.g. racism and policing.
  • Charities and Giving
    Online list of Canadian registered charities includes the charity name, Business Number (BN)/Registration Number, mailing address, designation type, category code, and - when available - the charity's annual information returns starting with the 2000 return.
  • Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
    Offers assistance to Canadian travellers, services to businesses in international markets and features information about Canada's role in the world.
  • Government Electronic Directory Services
    Directory of Canadian federal public servants.
  • Government of Canada Web Archive
    Library and Archives of Canada is now archiving Federal government Web sites semi-annually. The Library and Archives of Canada act was passed in 2004 and it set up the legislation to preserve Federal government websites. You may search by title, URL and Department name. The date when the Web site was archived is displayed in green to identify it as an archived site. This is very important step toward preserving government information from previous Web sites .
  • How Canadians Govern Themselves
    A booklet written by Senator Eugene Forsey to help all Canadians learn and understand our system of government.
  • Info Source Publications
    InfoSource is a series of publications and databases containing information about the Government of Canada, its organization and information holdings. It is a key reference tool to assist the public in exercising their rights under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.
  • International Benefits
    From Service Canada - if you have lived or worked in another country, or you are the surviving spouse or common-law partner of someone who has lived or worked in another country, you may be eligible for benefits from Canada or abroad
  • Canadian Minerals Yearbook
    Comprehensive review of developments in the mineral industry from Natural Resources Canada.
  • National Child Benefit (NCB)
    The National Child Benefit program provides support to low-income families with children.
  • Office of Boating Safety
  • Parliament of Canada
    The primary site for the current Parliament. Access information about Chamber and Committee business, bills, how Parliament works, a listing of Senators and Members of Parliament and much more!
    Discover facts and create your own reports about the important events and people that have shaped Parliament since 1867.
  • Persons With Disabilities Online
    Information and services for people with disabilities, their families, caregivers, and others. The site is divided into subject areas such as health, housing, accessibility, employment.
  • Privacy Commissioner of Canada
    Guide for Businesses and Organizations to Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.
  • Public Safety Canada
    For accurate and up-to-date information on national security, emergency management, law enforcement, corrections, crime prevention and borders.
  • Tax Treaties
    Find pension treaty information between Canada and other countries by accessing this alphabetical list of statutes and other official documents.
  • Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
    Provides oversight of the financial management functions of federal departments and agencies and provides financial reporting support to the Expenditure Review Committee of Cabinet.To see the federal government Estimates and Supplementary Estimates select Estimates under Quick Links on the left menu.
    • Tools and Resources for Parliamentarians - Includes the Reporting Cycle relating to Parliament's budgetary, appropriation and accountability functions, from the Treasury Board of Canada.
    • Estimates - publications that outline the spending plans for various Federal Government Departments.
  • Volunteer Canada
    Advocates volunteerism in Canada. Includes resources, information, and a directory of volunteer organizations.
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
    This site is developed and maintained by Health Canada's WHMIS Division in consultation with and on behalf of all federal, provincial and territorial government WHMIS regulatory authorities.


Canadian Statistics

Government of Ontario

Courts & Justice (Canada & Ontario)

  • Access to Justice Network
    Links to Canadian law and justice resource material.
  • Justice and the Law in Canada
    An overview of how our court system works.
  • Supreme Court of Canada
    Canada's highest court and the final general court of appeal, the last judicial resort for all litigants, whether individuals or governments.
  • Judgments of the Supreme Court of Canada
    A service provided through a collaborative effort of the Supreme Court of Canada and the LexUM laboratory at University of Montreal's Faculty of Law.
  • Tax Court of Canada
    The Tax Court of Canada is a superior court to which individuals and companies may appeal to settle disagreements with the Government of Canada on matters arising under legislation and whose jurisdiction extends to several Acts of Parliament.
  • Court Services in Ontario
    Under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General of Ontario, the Court Services Division manages more than 250 court offices in communities across the province.
  • Justice Ontario
    Access legal resources such as lawyer referral services and family law information centres from the Ministry of the Attorney General.
  • Ontario Courts
    • Court of Appeal for Ontario
      The court’s jurisdiction includes the consideration of both civil and criminal appeals from decisions of Ontario's two trial courts, the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Justice.
    • Ontario Court of Justice
      The justices of the peace of the Court have jurisdiction with respect to provincial offences, bail hearings and search warrants. Judges of the Court deal with a wide range of family law cases (including child protection, custody, access, support and adoption) as well as the majority of criminal charges laid within the province.
    • Superior Court of Justice
      The Superior Court of Justice is the largest superior trial court in Canada. The Court has jurisdiction over criminal, civil, and family cases.


Elections (Canada & Ontario)

Federal & Ontario Political Parties



Government Publications (Canada & Ontario)

  • Depository Services Program (DSP)
    The DSP is the Government of Canada's information network. They collect current and archival government publications for use in Canada and abroad. Documents are now made available in paper and/or electronic/online format.
    • Catalogue of Canadian Government Publications - Search the Government of Canada main site's catalogue for government documents. You may search by a variety of access points, for example title, subject, ISBN. Click on the drop down menu under title search for other search possibilities. Search the Government of Canada main site's catalogue for government documents. You may search by a variety of access points, for example title, subject, ISBN. Click on the drop down menu under title search for other search possibilities.
  • Federal Publication Locator
    This government interface helps you locate government documents from Library and Archives Canada's catalogue and the Depository Services Canada catalogue of electronic publications.
  • Service Ontario Publications
    Search for publications from their on-line catalogue. If you are unable to find a publication go to the Government of Ontario main site and search their site.


Statutes & Regulations (Canada & Ontario)

  • Canada Gazette - The official newspaper of the Government of Canada, provides access to recent government notices, regulations, and public acts.
  • A Nation's Chronicle: Canada Gazette 1841-1997
    Access Parts I to III of the Canada Gazette from 1841-1997.
    Search Federal and Provincial case law from Canadian Legal Information Institute.
  • Justice Laws Web Site
    The Department of Justice Canada provides this online source of consolidated Acts and regulations of Canada.
    A Library of Parliament research tool for finding information on legislation currently before Parliament. It provides electronic access to a wide range of information about individual bills.
  • Parliament of Canada
    Provides information on the following: Chamber Business (recent and previous Debates ); Bills (current and ones from past Parliaments); About Parliament (history and architecture of the buildings, educational programs, For teachers); Senators and Members (list of current and past senators and MPs).
  • Legislative Assembly of Ontario
    • Bills & Lawmaking - Follow the progress of Bills from the current session, also for Bills from previous parliaments and private bills.
  • e-Laws
    Search or browse this database of full text of Ontario's statutes and regulations, both consolidated and source law.
    • Ontario Gazette - electronic version of the Ontario Gazette. Current as well as back issues to January 1, 2000 are available.
  • Reconstituted Debates - The Early Debates of Parliament (of Canada)
    Parliament of Canada Reconstituted Debates of the House of Commons 1867-1874 and Senate 1867-1870 debates.

Search Engines & Indexes

Maintained by Karen Young
Updated July 2010




In The News

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Unbelievable Court Decision
As the /Globe and Mail/ newspaper [Toronto] reports:

_*A recent court decision in Canada should send chills down every parent's spine. *_The ruling is so out of bounds that the news story
sounds like a parody -- but it isn't. A Canadian judge ruled that a 12-year-old girl was "excessively" punished when her father told her she could not go on a school camping trip because she had broken rules for use of the Internet.

"First, the father banned his 12-year-old daughter from going online after she posted photos of herself on a dating site. Then she allegedly had a row with her stepmother, so the father said his girl couldn't go on a school trip.

"The girl took the matter to the court -- and won what lawyers say was an unprecedented judgment.

"Madam Justice Suzanne Tessier of the Quebec Superior Court ruled on Friday [June 13] that the father couldn't discipline his daughter by barring her from the school trip."

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References & Links
Alberta ~ ManitobaNew Brunswick ~Nova ScotiaOntario

Alberta Links

  • Alberta Government page Foster care is a unique situation of temporary family-based care to children who cannot remain in their own home due to child protection concerns or exceptional special needs.
          Foster Care Handbook

Manitoba Links

New Brunswick Links

Nova Scotia Links


Ontario Links

Here are some links that outlines what is happening in the Province of Ontario

First Improving Ontario's child protection services:\

Second The Hon. Laurel Broten's, Minister of Children and Youth Services,
November 26, 2009 letter to the
Children's Aid Societies Board Chairs and Executive Directors.\

Let's hope that these initiative will place the interest of children first and
address abuses that occurs when CAS in Ontario overstep their boundries.

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