The full citation of a Canadian federal regulation consists of:
- title of the regulation.
- appropriate designation SOR or SI
- combined year and regulation number
- for years between 1958 and 1999 use two digits, e.g. 76-142.
- from 2000 onwards, use four digits for the year, e.g. 2001-16.
- as needed, reference to a specific section(s)
Competition Tribunal Rules, SOR/94-290.
Secure Electronic Signature Regulations, SOR/2005-30.
Federal regulations published in the Consolidated Regulations of Canada, published in 1978, are cited by title, CRC, and chapter number
Quarantine Regulations, CRC, c 1368.