CSA's OnDemand database is the first place you should look for CSA standards. However, there are additional sources for CSA standards as well.
If you are unable to find what you're looking for, contact a librarian under the Getting Started page in this guide.
The National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings (NECB 2015)
The NECB outlines the minimum energy efficiency levels for all new buildings and offers more flexibility for achieving code compliance. It was last updated in December 2018.
Many standard development organizations (SDOs) have made medical device supply and personal protective equipment standards freely available in response to the global health crisis. The following list will be updated weekly.
AAMI - Includes standards for masks, gowns, gloves, ventilators and sterilization. https://www.aami.org/news-resources/aami-coronavirus-updates/coronavirus-resources-for-the-field,
ANSI - Expanding their standard portal, ANSI has opened up relevant IEC standards in a read-only format for the duration of the crisis. To access the portal, users must accept the license agreement and register. Once registered, users can return to the portal via https://asc.ansi.org.
CSA - To access CSA freely available standards, create an account at CSA Communities and select the "View Standards." option. https://www.csagroup.org/news/covid-19-response-standards-handbooks/
IEEE - Access to content in the IEEE collection will remain free for the duration of the global health crisis, with additional rights for all types of reuse, including full text and data mining, and analysis. https://innovate.ieee.org/covid-19_related_research/
ISO - Is providing free access in a read-only format for standards related to protective gloves, lung ventilators, medical devices, protective clothing, medical electrical equipment, respiratory protective devices and more: https://www.iso.org/covid19
For other standards please refer to the pages in this guide. UBC Library maintains a standards collection on the Techstreet platform and can add additional standards to this collection. If you do not find what you are looking for here, contact one of the librarians under the Getting Started page.