We are excited to announce that Canada News Sources are now available as a new content type under the Canada flag. Now when a search string is entered in the Red Search Box Canada News Sources will be searched along-side other content types making it easier-than-ever for researchers to access the valuable Canada News Sources on Lexis Advance© Quicklaw©.
Canada News can be accessed via a number of options on Lexis Advance© Quicklaw©. Options include: direct access to news sources via the word-wheel; the ability to browse sources via the Browse feature; the ability to add Canada News Sources to your search using pre-search filters; and the ability to use post-search filters to access News Sources after running a search.
To access news sources via the Word Wheel:
To browse Canada News Sources via the Browse Option:
To Access Canada News Sources via Post-Search Filters:
To add Canada News Sources to your search via Pre-search filters:
We are excited to announce that new Advanced Search Forms are now available for the Canada Sentencing Quantums and Détermination de la peine Quantums, making it easier than ever to access and search these popular quantum services.
To access the new Advanced Search Forms for these quantum services:
Canada Sentencing Quantums and Détermination de la peine will be added to the popular Explore Content pod in the near future. This will provide easy access to the new quantums Advanced Search Forms which were added to Lexis Advance© Quicklaw© with this release.
With this release, we continued to make enhancements to the Natural Language Algorithm on Lexis Advance® Quicklaw®. Additional work was done by our Lexicon Team which resulted in further enhancements to our Phrase Boost Algorithm, and further expansion of our Lexicon phrase dictionary. These enhancements will help streamline results, and provide improved highlighting of phrases within the search results list.
Based on your feedback, we have enhanced the Legislation Table of Contents tabs on Lexis Advance Quicklaw to include section-titles. Now when using the Table of Contents tab to navigate through Acts and Regulations you will see both section-numbers and section-titles in the Table of Contents. This new feature will make it easier to quickly identify sections of an Act or Regulation that deal with a specified topic.