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These are the records of Canadian government activity, relating to regulations, orders-in-council, decisions, and new acts. Gazettes are essential documents for government research. Subscribers to current gazettes receive a monthly shipment of gazettes on microfiche.

The following is a more complete breakdown of Federal and Provincial Gazettes available from the Government Documents collection:

  • Alberta Gazette
  • Alberta Gazette - Part 2 Only
  • Canada Gazette - Parts 1,2,3 - English/French
  • Canada Gazette - Part 1 - English/French
  • Canada Gazette - Part 2 - English/French
  • British Columbia Gazette
  • Manitoba Gazette
  • New Brunswick Royal Gazette
  • Newfoundland Gazette
  • North West Territories Gazette
  • Nova Scotia Royal Gazette
  • Ontario Gazette
  • Ontario Gazette - Part 2 Only
  • Prince Edward Island Royal Gazette
  • Quebec Gazette officiel
  • Saskatchewan Gazette
  • Yukon Gazette

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