Ever wondered how MPs and Senators research issues?  Did you know that the Library of Parliament has a research service for parliamentarians – the Parliamentary Information & Research Service (PIRS)?  Or that  PIRS provides free public access to its publications?  Click here to view the list of available research publications.

“PIRS (responds) to questions that require research and analysis on legal, economic, scientific, or social science matters. Researchers obtain and analyze material, and write letters, short notes and longer research papers at the request of Senators and Members of the House of Commons.”

HJ4661 .E758 2009 Law Reserve Robert N. Neale & Murray Pearson eds., Ernst and Young’s Guide to Tax Research and Writing (Toronto: Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants & Ernst & Young, 2009). JC323 .K655 2009 Avery Kolers, Land, Conflict, and Justice: A Political Theory of Territory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009). K236 .D447 2009 (LC) Mireille [...]

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