Lexis Advance Quicklaw, WestlawNext Canada, and the Department of Justice all maintain regulations databases that are easy to use and contain regulations which are up to date, usually to the current Gazette. However, always make sure to check for the currency date.
There are two main methods for searching for regulations: browse through lists of act and regulation titles or perform a specific search.
Note: If you are looking for a regulation no longer in effect, you might have to use paper or a "repealed regulation" database.
Locate the regulations under the Aeronautics Act, RSC 1985, c A-2.
Locate the following regulation: SOR/2002-227.
Don't forget that there may still be a time lag between the filing of regulations and their publication, even in online sources. Because regulations change so often, you should ensure there have been no changes between the currency date listed on the database and today's date. To do this, consult the most recent issues of the Canada Gazette Part II online. You can use the online .pdf version of the Gazette in the same way you use the print version, as outlined above.