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Obtain a comprehensive set of Parliamentary Papers. ProQuest produces an archival microfiche collection from the publications issued in paper. Subscriptions are available for all or selected committees. Order the complete set; order by House, Joint or Senate Committee; or select committees by subject. A complete collection is not available in paper.

Microfiche are organized in a logical order by parliamentary session. We provide clear labels for each microfiche to make finding and using them easy for library users.

The following is a more complete breakdown of Canadian Parliamentary Commitees  available from the Government Documents collection: 

  • Current Collection: ProQuest only sells current subscriptions to our Subject Groupings of committees.
  • Backfile Collection: collection backfile is offered in series organized by Parliament. Microfiche are shipped by Committee within each series.

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