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Nunavut Court Decisions

  1. Court of Appeal

  2. Court of Justice


Nunavut Legislation

  1. Bills

  2. Nunavut Statutes (N.S.)
    These are session laws.

  3. Consolidated Statutes of Nunavut (C.S.N.)

    Additional Resources
    Nunavut Act … The act establishing the territory, assented to June 10, 1993.


Nunavut Rules of Procedure and Practice


Nunavut Administrative Law Sources

  1. Consolidated Regulations

    Additional Resources
    Nunavut Gazette … Part II of the Nunavut Gazette contains new and amended regulations.


Nunavut Ordinances and Home-Rule Charters

These are charters (that is, organic laws, however denominated) and bylaws of municipalities — cities, towns, etc. —, which either are available on the municipality’s web site or can be freely accessed on the web site of a commercial publisher or other provider.

  1. Charters
    Note that a charter could be included in a collection of bylaws (see below) instead of being separately accessible.

  2. Bylaws


Nunavut Law-Related Periodicals

Periodicals providing on-line articles are linked here. See also links to web sites of all Canadian-published law reviews and periodicals as well as links to all U.S.-published law-review web sites.


Other Nunavut Commentary


Nunavut Law-Related Topical Web Sites


Nunavut Court Information


Nunavut Forms


Other Nunavut Resources

  1. Territorial Government
  2. Law Schools ♦ Law Society Membership ♦ Continuing Legal Education


Legal Research and Assistance

  1. Law Libraries
  2. Nunavut Legislative Library



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