Library clients can access eBooks from the sources below.

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Chicago Manual of Style Online 2017, 17th ed. (Users within the Legislative Assembly IP have access to extra content.) Search or browse this well-known guide to style, usage, and grammar. A reference guide for writers, editors, researchers, and students. Some content is free online.
desLibris/Canadian Electronic Library Search here for eBooks from Canadian scholarly and independent publishers, as well as public documents from Canadian public policy institutes, government agencies, think tanks, and other public interest groups. Chrome is the recommended browser for desLibris.

EBSCOhost eBook Collection A collection of eBooks containing a variety of reading and research materials. Click on the subject headings to browse the collection, or search using the search box. Formerly called NetLibrary.

Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan (Archival copy) The materials are presented as they were when published. While the Encyclopedia may contain terms, concepts, and interpretations that have evolved since original publication, this is a historical document that reflects the times in which it was created.

Erskine May’s Treatise on the Law, Privileges, Proceedings and Usage of Parliament 25th edition, 2019. An authoritative and influential work on parliamentary procedure and constitutional conventions affecting Parliament. From the UK Parliament.  

Gale eBooks (formerly Gale Virtual Reference Library) An eBook collection of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources. You can browse by subject, view the title list, or search the collection.

JSTOR Books Open Access More than 5000 Open Access ebooks are available at no cost to libraries or users. Free online.

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