The Thunder Bay Public Library maintains a collection of government publications at the Brodie and Waverley Resource Libraries:
- Select Provincial publications
- Statutes of Ontario
- Statutes of Canada
- Municipal publications
• PCensus: Provides demographic information and consumer spending. Available at the Brodie and Waverley Resource Libraries.
TBPL is a Selective Depository for Provincial publications. Municipal publications are obtained as required and on the basis of public interest.
All Government of Canada publications published by the Publishing Program and publications provided by departments to the Depository Services Program will be transitioning from traditional print to exclusively electronic publication.
- CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario)
- Ontario Law
- Federal Law
- Past Councils
- Thunder Bay Government
- Service Ontario
- Service Canada
- Lakehead Social Planning Council
For more Government websites, browse through a list of staff selected links:
Government of Canada
- Budget Plan 2014
Canada has returned to economic growth following the deepest global economic recession since the 1930s. The global recovery, however, remains fragile. Budget 2014 aims to contribute to this recovery and sustain Canada’s economic advantage now and for the future.
- Canada Revenue Agency - NETFILE
Millions of Canadians use NETFILE to send their tax returns over the Internet. This site allows you to electronically file your 2008 personal income tax and benefit return. You need an access code to use NETFILE. Click on the NETFILE link, above, to obtain your access code on-line.
- Government Publications
Your reference to over 100,000 free and priced Government of Canada titles spanning two decades.
- Parliamentary Website - Bills, Debates, Journals
Parliamentary website provides you with up-to-date information on federal legislation. It is an excellent site to learn how government works in Canada.
- Service Canada Forms
This collection of forms will allow you to take advantage of the many programs and services delivered by Service Canada and its partner departments.
Government of Ontario
- Government of Ontario Forms Page
Government of Ontario central forms site developed to provide you with Ontario Government forms available in various formats including HTML, PDF and Word. Also includes forms that can be submitted online.
- Legislative Assembly of Ontario
Legislative Assembly of Ontario: containing a searchable directory of members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) and information on bills, House votes and online transcripts of House debates (Hansard).
OurOntario.ca is a service of OurDigitalWorld. OurOntario.ca and the Ontario Legislative Library are partnering to make the Government Documents from the Legislative Library Collection available @your fingertips. Over 20,000 government documents are now searchable, with more documents being added on a monthly basis.
- National Health Expenditure Trends 1975-2013
This publication includes updated expenditure data by source of funds(sector) and use of funds (category) at the provincial/territorial level and for Canada. It also contains an overview with discussion on the trends of health care spending in Canada. International comparisons such as health spending to GDP ratio are included, as well as a comprehensive set of data and technical notes.
- North By Numbers
- PCensus & InfoCanada
These two databases are available for free public access via the Thunder Bay Public Library. PCensus focuses on population demographics and InfoCanada focuses on business demographics. More information is available on the Market Research page of the TBPL website.
- Statistics Canada
Home of Statistics Canada, this website offers access to Canadian social and economic statistics and products.
- Thunder Bay Community Profile
The Thunder Bay Community Profile is a 300+ page publication featuring demographic, economic and cultural information for the City of Thunder Bay. Much of the information is taken from Statistics Canada census information. The Canadian census is undertaken once every five years.
For more information on accessing government information, please contact the Library: