The Library of Parliament's HillNotes blog is back for the Canada's 42nd Parliament
"Readers can expect analyses and concise articles on topics ranging
from Canada’s supply management regimes to trade negotiations, health
care, changing demographic landscape, our role in international affairs
and our evolving telecommunications industry, to name but a few." (...)
"HillNotes builds upon the Library of Parliament’s tradition of
high-quality and non-partisan research and information services to
parliamentarians and committees of the Senate and House of Commons.
These posts will continue to match the same high standards of the many
other informational resources offered by the Library."
Other useful Library of Parliament publications include:
- LEGISinfo for tracking bills in the House of Commons and the Senate
- the Current Publications series that provides in-depth studies of policy issues
- Legislative Summaries explain the purpose and history of bills, analyze their key clauses, and, where available, include media reaction and comments from interest groups.
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