The Government Documents Collection is the result of a partnership between OurDigitalWorld and the Ontario Legislative Library to make available electronically the government documents from the Legislative Library's collection. The Legislative Library began archiving Ontario government documents in July 2000. As of January 2009, there are over 14,000 monographs and over 1,000 serial titles in the collection.
Documents are captured from publicly available websites and are archived in PDF. The collection contains a wide variety of documents related to government policies and programs. They are archived for the Library’s clients who include the Members of Provincial Parliament and their staff, staff of the Legislative Assembly, staff for all parties and members of the Legislative Press Gallery.
Documents are uploaded to the GovDocs portal on a quarterly basis. Because there could be a delay in loading current documents, for recently published items please check Service Ontario (https://www.publications.serviceontario.ca/ecom/), the appropriate ministry or agency website or ask your local library for research assistance.
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