Government & Legal Information

Government and Legal Information

Thunder Bay Public Library is a Selective Depository and houses Statutes and Regulations for both Canada and Ontario. Municipal publications are obtained as required and on the basis of public interest. All Government of Canada publications, opens a new window have transitioned from traditional print to online formats.

The Thunder Bay Public Library also maintains a physical collection of government publications:

  • Statutes of Ontario
  • Statutes of Canada
  • Municipal publications

Federal Government Resources

Provincial Government Resources

Legislative Assembly of Ontario

The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is made up of members of provincial Parliament (MPPs) who are elected by Ontarians.

Government of Ontario e-Laws

e-Laws provides online access to official copies of Ontario’s statutes and regulations.

Government of Ontario Central Forms Repository

Find forms for Government of Ontario Services.

Service Ontario

The place to get your driver’s license, license plates, health card, Ontario Photo Card, birth certificate, and other vital services.

Municipal Government Resources

211 Ontario North

211 provides free and confidential access to information & referrals to a full range of community, social, health and government services.

Lakehead Social Planning Council

Lakehead Social Planning Council provides services and resources to marginalized populations and conducts research on social issues.

City of Thunder Bay - City Hall

Learn about the City of Thunder Bay. Access City Council meeting minutes, watch meetings, and learn about committees an boards.

Statistics Canada - Thunder Bay Community Profile

Statistical information on the City of Thunder Bay.

We acknowledge that the City of Thunder Bay has been built on the traditional territory of Fort William First Nation, signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people.

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