You can search the Library catalogue for books to learn more about topics that are relevant to the case.
You can search these databases for articles on topics related to the case.
You'll also need to use these sources to locate information that is not available through the company or industry research databases.
For the best results you'll want to repeat your search in more than one database.
See also: Articles and News guide
These resources are useful for understanding the broader context of any market or business that you are interested in.
You can search our industry research databases for reports on industries, markets, and product segments.
The following databases contain reports on wide range of industries:
See also: Industry Research guide
See also: Company Research guide
Similar to industry reports, these reports are based on a combination of primary and secondary source data.
See also: Consumer Research guide
Statistics Canada provides data and statistics on a wide range of subjects.
CANSIM: Main database for accessing StatsCan data. Tables can be customized to change scope, time coverage, etc.
You can browse for data:
* Quebec and Montreal are listed here as examples. Most provinces, states, and major cities will have statistics portals similar to these.
See also: Data guide
You can often find reports on companies, industries, and products online using Google.
For example, to find reports on the fintech industry, you can search for:
"financial technology" industry report filetype:pdf
Here's an example of the kind of report that you can find using this search:
Fintech in New York City, December 2015. NYCEDC Economic & Research Analysis.
Note that reports of this type are often published online as PDF files, so including filetype:pdf in your search limits helps to focus your search. You can always leave this out if you want to retrieve content in any format.