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Citing Government Documents Guides
Most citation styles have guidelines for citing goverment publications. Below are selected guides for commonly used citation styles:
Citing Stats and Data
Legal Citation Guide
A Queen's University Law Library guide.
Includes examples of the most commonly used legal citations, based on the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation.
See also the Government Information Subject Guide for more links to citation guides for government and legal information.
Guides in Print
Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation by
Call Number: KE 259 .C36 2018 REF
Publication Date: 2018
Prepared by members of the McGill Law Journal, this guide is widely used by judges, academics, and Canadian law journals.