Answered By: Larisa Smyk
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016     Views: 103

Below are two examples of citing Canadian law documents in APA citation style from Okanagan College Library guide:

Legislation: Revised Statutes of British Columbia (p.220; #10) Reference List: Family Relations Act, R.S.B.C 1996, c. 128 Citation in text: (Family Relations Act, 1996)  Case law: Canada Supreme Court Reports (p. 217, #1) Reference List: R.v.Latimer (2000),[2001] 1S.C.R.3. Citation in text: (R.v. Latimer, 2000)

If you need more information you can read Guide on citing Canadian government documents in APA, developed by Simon Fraser University Librarians or Washington and Lee University Library Guide on citing American government documents in APA to familiarize yourself with this type of citation.

If you want to know about citing other types of materials in many different styles please go to our Library Citation/Styles Guide or contact your subject librarian.


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