The Law Bod has subscriptions to legal databases which are good for Canadian materials: for licensing reasons access is limited to current OU students & faculty members. Principal examples can be reached via links below.
Holders of an Oxford SSO can access Halsbury's Laws of Canada via LexisLibrary's International Content. This is just one title in quite an extensive collection of books on a wide range of legal topics available in the Canadian content available in our subscription to Lexlislibrary.
The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest ("a comprehensive statement of the law of Ontario and the four western provinces - provincial, federal and common law - as derived from the case law and legislation") is available to holders of an Oxford SSO via our subscription to Westlaw International. Westlaw's Canadian Treatises also has titles on criminal law, family law, IP, insolvency, estates, securities, and litigation.
There are some excellent sources of Canadian law on the free web. CanLII is the most useful starting point for primary sources both federal and provincial.
Please check the other sections of this Law Bod guide for other online resources & more detailed research guidance.