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If you can't find what you are looking for, try searching All. You will be searching everything on our site including our Latest content.
You can use the categories (e.g., Type of information or Subject) to narrow your search. Place your mouse over the text to see what the category includes.
1. Use the Search box
2. Use "Search by category": Type of information, Price, Subject
3. Use both the Search box and "Search by category" together (1 and 2)
1. If you find too many results:
Type a term in the search box, then limit the results by subject.
Step 1: Type "plane" in the search box and click the Search button.
Step 2: Select the Subject button found under "Search by category" and select Travel and tourism.
2. If you are unsure of what you are looking for, or don't know the terminology:
Choose a Subject first, then finetune using the search box.
Example: Find information on "performing arts"
Step 1: Select the Subject button, then select Culture and leisure.
Step 2: In the search box type in the terms "performing arts" and click the Search button.
3. If you know what you're looking for:
Limit your search further by combining multiple search terms in the Search box and selecting categories under "Search by category".
Example: Find free Data tables on "education children"
Step 1: Type the search term "education" in the search box and click the Search button.
Step 2: Then select free under Price.
Step 3: Then select Data tables under Type of information.
Step 4: You can continue to refine the search by adding another term in the search box, "children".
4. Narrow your search by geographic level
Step 1: Type the search terms "diabetes quebec" in the search box and click the Search button.
Step 2: Then select Geography.
Step 3: Then select Provinces and territories to limit content to provincial level.
Default for search is AND
Boolean operators must be capitalized
There is no space after the "+" or "-" operators
A wildcard can be in any position in a word
Search automatically provides the stemming of a word, e.g., income -> incomes
There is no space after the colon.
Find terms on page, especially helpful in long documents. The find feature can be used in HTML pages, PDFs, Word documents, etc.
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