Public policy research requires a nuanced consideration of the responsibilities of the three levels of government in Canada. This is a list of federal, provincial, and municipal government responsibilities based on current legislation.
Analysis done to support the work of parliamentarians, parliamentary committees and parliamentary associations on current and emerging key issues, legislation and major public policy topics; non-partisan, reliable and timely information on subjects that are relevant to parliamentary and constituency work
The official newspaper of the Government of Canada. Includes new statutes, new and proposed regulations, administrative board decisions and formal public notices, official appointments, regulations and public Acts of Parliament from government departments and agencies.
A research tool for finding information on legislation before Parliament, including details on the passage of the bill through the Senate and House of Commons; the text of the bill as introduced at First Reading and its most recent version if it is amended during the legislative process; votes; major speeches at second reading; coming into force data; legislative summaries from the Parliamentary Information and Research Service of the Library of Parliament; and government press releases and backgrounders (for government bills).