All the monographs in the current Canadian collection are on Level 2, as part of the sequence of texts arranged initially by legal subject/topic rather than jurisdiction. Books in this subject sequence all have shelf marks beginning K.
(The monographs which continue to have shelf marks in the range Cw Can 450 to Cw Can 610 are in the secondary collection of superseded works on the Ground Floor. They remain freely accessible (via stairs or lift) to anyone who wishes to consult them.)
Canadian commentary in the K subject classification sequence
The following is an overview of the principal sections in the K (or Moys) sequence - with examples of works on Canadian law.
As the examples show, not all these works have "of Canada" or "Candian" or "of Quebec" etc in their titles. The shelf mark itself can help you identify works on Canadian law - in many sections look out for C1 or CAN in the third line.
KB Biography, Memoirs, "popular" accounts of trials
eg KB.66.CAN.MUR 2007 The Persons Case : the Origins and Legacy of the Fight for Legal Personhood
KC International law & law with international dimension
eg KC.214.CAN.BOT 2015 Canadian Extradition Law & Practice
KL Legal System, Administration of Justice
KL.21 is just for books on the Canadian legal system
eg KL.21.MCC 2013 is Introduction to the Law & Legal System of Canada
In most of the other KL shelf marks C1 in the third line identifies a Canadian-focused work.
eg KL.221.C1.MUT 2007 The Empirical Gap in Jurisprudence : a Comprehensive Study of the Supreme Court of Canada
KM Public Law
C1 in the third line of the shelf mark indicates a work about Canadian public law
eg KM.201.2.C1.GIL 2012 The Charter at Thirty
KN Private Law
C1 in the third line of the shelf mark indicates a work about Canadian private law
eg KN.10.C1.MAC 2012 The Law of Contracts