BC Laws provides this alphabetical listing of Statutes and Regulations for the province of BC.
Statutes are laws made by Parliament or a Legislature and are also known as Acts. They may create a new law or modify an existing one. Regulations are the rules that address the details and practical applications of the law. The authority to make regulations related to an Act is assigned within that Act. Just like statutes, regulations have the full force of law.
The resources listed here provide access to provincial and territorial statutes and regulations.
On this website provided by the Government of Manitoba the online versions of the laws of Manitoba can be viewed free of charge. The opening page describes the types of laws that can be accessed from the various menus and describes how these laws come into force.
The Queen's Printer - Statutory Publications publishes, distributes and sells Government of Manitoba legislation and other publications.
This is the official site for New Brunswick Acts and Regulations. New Brunswick Acts and Regulations are officially published on-line under the authority of the Queen’s Printer Act.
CanLii's searchable database of Statutes and Regulations in New Brunswick. Legislation can be searched by name, version, keywords or scopes.
Newfoundland and Labrador
A searchable database of statutes and regulations provided by the House of Assembly in Newfoundland and Labrador.
CanLii has put together these databases based on materials available on the Statutes website of the Nova Scotia Office of the Legislative Counsel and on the Registry of Regulations Regulations website. They can be searched by keyword, title or scope.
The Legislation Division is responsible for drafting of all bills, regulations and appointments. It prepares the Nunavut Gazette, and provides, on this website, the Gazette, the annual volumes of statutes, and consolidations of many of Nunavut's statutes and regulations.
The Ministry of the Attorney General's e-laws website provides information on all Ontario Statutes and Regulations.