UNB Libraries has a large print collection of government documents, most of which can be found by searching the WorldCat and SOULS. The collection is arranged by country, beginning with Canadian government publications, followed by provincial publications, the other countries of the world (in alphabetical order), and finally, the international, intergovernmental organizations. For more information, read our guide to finding government documents in the Harriet Irving Library
Find Government Resources Using Google Custom Searches
For those government documents which are available online, try using Google Custom Search, as seen below (code courtesty of MacOdrum Library, Carleton University).
Not sure you've found everything using a search engine? Try the following resources, or contact the Government Documents staff for assistance.
Find Government Resources by Jurisdiction
Frequently AccessedSOULS Canada's Open Gov't Portal Federal Acts & Regs Census (Stats Can) Federal Acts & Regs CHASS Data Centre UNB Dataverse GeoNB
Reference Desk ToolsFederal Gov't Phonebook NB Gov't Phonebook
CitationCiting Gov Docs & Stats Citing Data Cartographic Citations Citing StatsCan
MiscellaneousBeyond 20/20 Early Canadiana Online USA.gov
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