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Citing Canadian Government & Legal Sources
- Brief Guide to Citing Canadian Government Documents and Statistics. Queen's University
- Citing Canadian Government Documents -- APA Style, MLA Style, and Chicago Style. By Simon Fraser University Library.
- How to Cite Statistics Canada Products. Statistics Canada.
- Data Citation -- APA Style. Alain El Hofi and Susan Mowers, U. of Ottawa.
- Citing Geospatial Data Resources. ACMLA best practices. Compiled by Alberta Auringer Wood,
Bibliographic Control Committee of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives.
- Legal Citation. By the Queen's University Law Library.
A brief guide with examples of the most commonly used legal citations, based on the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation.
- Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation . 9th ed. Toronto, ON: Thomson Reuters Canada, 2018. Prepared by members of the McGill Law Journal, this guide is widely used by judges, academics, and Canadian law journals. KE 259 .C36 2018 Reference.
Citing U.S. Government & Legal Sources
Citing International & Foreign Government & Legal Sources
- Guide: Citing IGO Publications. By Indiana University Bloomington.
- Guide to Foreign and International Legal Citations
A 278-page guide by the New York University School of Law Journal of International Law and Politics, First edition, 2006. Provides information on citing and abbreviating foreign and international legal sources. The first section is by country, then by IGO, tribunals, treaties and law cases.