Ontario’s online home for official electronic copies of statutes and regulations has a new name and a new look.
The new site was announced this morning. It comes after a year of testing and calls for feedback on design and functionality. With a cleaner look and feel, and simplified help information, the site offers easier navigation, quick and easy search and browse functions, and improved accessibility features.
According to the Ministry of the Attorney General, there will be no disruption in service during the switch. Users can still print, download and search Ontario’s body of law. New laws will continue to be posted to e-Laws within two days. Users can search or browse to find current consolidated law, source law, period in time law and repealed, revoked and spent law.
The change is part of the Ontario government’s efforts to bring online information into one place so that it’s faster and easier for people to get what they need.
To provide feedback on the new e-Laws, email: firstname.lastname@example.org — or use the “Contact Us” button on ontario.ca/laws.