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APA Writing & Citing Guide

APA examples provided are not exhaustive. Students must seek assistance from the Writing Centre and/or their Professor for specific or problematic references. The library is not responsible for errors, omissions or problems of interpretation. Last Updated

QuickLaw Cases

  • Legal cases from QuickLaw (and other sources) can be tricky to cite in APA!!!
  • Always check with your Professor for their preferred citation method when citing legal cases.


Reference page entry:

Paul, K. (2018, May). Allergic Rhinitis - What you need to know. In Canadian Pharmacists Associations RxTx. Retrieved from  

In-text citation:

(Paul, 2018)


Vividata tables exist under particular categories and sub categories. Some of the table names, such as "Manufacturer/country" shown below are not specific enough to lead your reader back to the right data source. Include this information in order to ensure your reader can locate the relevant table.

Below is an example of how you could cite a Vividata table in APA. Check with your professor to see if he/she has any specific preference to how this data is cited.

Note: Image to be added

Reference page entry:

Kantar Media. (2015). Automotive, # Vehicles/Makes/Models: Manufacturer / country [table]. Vividata 2015 Q4. Retrieved from

In-text citation:

(Kantar Media, 2015)

Note: To find the survey information for your source, look in the top left corner of the screen. The survey data used in this example is from Vividata 2015 Q4. This may change as new data is added. To make sure you have found all the relevant information for the citation (eg: Kantar Media as the creator), click the "graph it" link beside the table you're using. Note Kantar Media shows up in the source statement.