Historically, the Government of Canada provided publications produced by Canadian federal agencies to the Library through the Depository Services Program, which played a vital role in making government information available across Canada. By 2013, more than 90% of federal government publications were published electronically, leading to the closure of the DSP program.
The Library holds a large collection of print government publications on the 2nd floor of the Murray Library. We can also help you locate government publications online.
Other helpful links:
The government publications collection is located primarily at the Murray Library.
For assistance with any government information questions:
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