Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Justice Canada Laws Website Gets New Look

The Justice Canada Laws website, where consolidated versions of federal Acts and regulations are published, got a facelift just before Christmas:
"The website has been upgraded to conform with the new Standard on Web Usability. This standard mandates a basic structure for Government of Canada Web page layout and design, which makes it easier to find and utilize information and services on Government of Canada Web sites and results in an appropriate degree of consistency across Web sites. "
 Since June 1, 2009, the versions of legislative material on the website have been official.

The FAQ page gives an idea of the many features available on the site (Shading of amendments not yet in force, historical point-in-time data, bilingual PDF side by side versions, etc.)

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:34 pm


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