Key Resources: 

Use to find articles in Canadian law journals. If you already have a case, find it, then use "citing references" to find other cases + articles that discuss it.
Use to find articles in Canadian law journals. Find other articles and decisions discussing a specific case by using "Quickcite" tab.
Quickest way to retrieve full text of Canadian cases and legislation. Use the case citation (reference) to search, if you have it.
Search for debates of the House of Commons or Senate, committee reports, and other documents related to bills introduced in federal Parliament since 1994.
The McGill Guide is the most common style guide used in law for citing your references.