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Canada Gazette, Part I: Notices and proposed regulations

Part I of the Canada Gazette contains public notices, official appointments and proposed regulations from the Government of Canada. Regular editions are published every Saturday and are available online on Fridays at 2 pm eastern time.

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You will find regular and extra editions as well as the quarterly index.

Canada Gazette, Part II: Official regulations

Part II of the Canada Gazette contains all enacted regulations and statutory instruments. Regular editions are published every second Wednesday and are available online at 9 am eastern time on that day.

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You will find regular and extra editions as well as the consolidated index.

Canada Gazette, Part III: Acts of Parliament

Part III of the Canada Gazette contains public Acts of Parliament and a list of the proclamations of Canada and orders in council relating to these acts. It is published after these acts have received royal assent. Part III is published, at the request of Justice Canada, whenever there are enough enacted acts to warrant it.

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