Government departments and agencies publish a great deal of important law-related information. The Law Library's collection of printed government documents is located on the library's third floor. Use UNB WorldCat to search, or ask a library staff member for help.
The Harriet Irving Library also has government documents, which can be located through UNB WorldCat.
For government documents that are available online, try using UNB Libraries' Google Custom Search.
Note: if you include site:canada.ca (and/or site:gc.ca) and filetype:pdf in a Google search, you will retrieve PDF documents from Government of Canada websites. This is a good way to find government reports, as they are usually in PDF format.
The following sites might be useful:
- Government of Canada Publications Search
- Federal search engine for government publications.
- Library of Parliament Research Publications
- Non-partisan, reliable, and timely information and analysis on current and emerging issues, legislation, and major public policy topics from the Library of Parliament.
- Childhood and Adolescence (Public Health Agency of Canada)
- The Division Childhood and Adolescence is a focal point for policy development, research, and strategic analysis of trends regarding broad determinants of health regarding children and youth in Canada. Includes publications and information on programs and initiatives.
- First Nations Child and Family Services (Indigenous Services Canada)
- ISC provides funding to First Nations child and family services agencies, which are established, managed and controlled by First Nations and delegated by provincial authorities to provide prevention and protection services. Site includes program expenditures and statistics, audit and evaluation reports, and more.
- Social Development: Children & Youth (Government of New Brunswick)
- Contains information and reports on adoption and foster care, protection, and related legislation.
- Social Development: Child Protection (Government of New Brunswick)
- Contains information on reporting abuse as well as publications related legislation.