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New Digital Display: Indigenous Reconciliation

Over the last few years, reconciliation between indigenous peoples and the rest of Canada has become an important topic for discussion. The new Indigenous Reconciliation digital display includes a selection of print and electronic books on this important topic.You can access this and other digital book displays created by the Osgoode reference librarians at the […]

Labour Day Display

In honour of Labour Day, the library has made a slide presentation detailing the history of labour day and some of the most important labour cases in Canadian history. Also included is a display of several library books that discuss the history of labour day and some of the legal aspects of Canadian labour law. […]

Indigenous Law Portal on LLMC Digital

Launching on the week of July 15th, the new Indigenous Law Portal on LLMC digital has given a boost to researching indigenous law. The portal is divided up by regions, with separate areas for Canada, the U.S., Mexico, and Central America. Within each region, it lists the various indigenous bands, as well as the leading […]

McGill Citation Guide now available on Hein Online

This month, Hein Online has added the McGill guide to its citation tool.  This means that in any Hein Online document, users can press the "Cite" button-located above the table of contents-which will then provide the document's citation in multiple citation formats, including the McGill guide. The citation is not perfect however. A McGill citation […]