Monday, August 14, 2006

CCH Canada Now Provides RSS Feeds

CCH Canada, part of the global Wolters Kluwer publishing group, announced last week that it has started offering RSS feeds to help users keep track of its new offerings as well as updates to existing information products.

One can subscribe to feeds for all CCH Canada products or for particular categories: tax & accounting, legal, business or financial planning.

CCH Canada joins other Canadian legal content providers using RSS technology, as earlier Library Boy posts show:
  • Alberta Queen's Printer Launches RSS Feeds (July 27, 2005): "People can choose to track legislation updates from all government sources or from individual ministries."
  • Law Journals - Staying Current (August 1, 2005) : "The (Washington and Lee University Law) School covers more than 1000 law journals from around the world. Scans of journal content pages are supplied by the University of Texas Tarlton Law Library, Washington and Lee, other libraries, or are received electronically via e-mail, web-sites, or RSS feeds." There are many Canadian law journals available from the service and one can set up a feed to get the e-mail updates via an RSS reader
  • Government RSS Feeds in Canada and the U.S. (September 24, 2005): "The Canadian government website has organized its RSS feeds by department, audience and province/territory."
  • Federal Bill Tracking With RSS (May 5, 2006): "LEGISinfo, the Library of Parliament's legislative research website, has started offering RSS feeds since the beginning of this parliamentary session to help people track bills before the House of Commons and the Senate."
  • RSS News Feeds from Lexis Nexis Canada (May 16, 2006): "The Lexis Nexis Canada feeds include: New Butterworths Titles; Quicklaw Announcements (new sources added); The Lawyers Weekly (headlines from the weekly legal newspaper) ; Supreme Court of Canada Service (case digests) ; LAW/NET Legal Update Service (digests of major cases from other court levels in Canada) ; What’s New at LexisNexis..."

As well, there are a number of publications from the publisher Canada Law Book that provide RSS feeds:

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:21 pm


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