WestlawNext Canada has an online citator for finding cases that have considered a statute. However, its coverage prior to the early 1990's is incomplete. If you need greater coverage than that, you should consult the Canadian Statute Citations in print.
In the same way you can keycite a case, you can keycite a statutory provision by bringing up the relevant section and then examining the "Citing References" attached to it.
Lexis Advance Quicklaw has an online citator for finding cases that have considered a statute. However, its coverage is only comprehensive from 1992 onward (2006 onward for Quebec). If you need greater coverage than that, you should consult other citators.
The fastest way to note up a statute in Lexis Advance Quicklaw is to pull up the statute you need and then navigate to the section of interest. From there you can find cases that consider it.
Once you are on the landing page of Lexis Advance Quicklaw:
*Please note that you can only note up sections of statutes, not the statute as a whole.*
CanLII's coverage of cases that judicially consider statutes is limited to the case being in CanLII. With that caveat, here is how to note up a statute: