Use Google Advanced search techniques to find government reports online.
Limit your results to a specific site by adding site: followed by a site or domain name to the search box. You can't limit to multiple site, this must be done one site at a time. Examples of sites where you may find relevant information include:
.fda.gov - US Food and Drug Administration
.epa.gov - US Environmental Protection Agency
.cdc.gov - US Center for Disease Control
.chemicalsubstanceschimiques.gc.ca - Government of Canada Chemical Substances website
.nrcan.gc.ca - Natural Resources Canada
.env.gov.bc.ca - BC ministry of environment
.hc-sc.gc.ca - Health Canada
.who.int - World Health Organization
.un.org - United Nations
Example: to find information on e-cigarettes published by the World Health Organization, you could enter the following terms in the Google search box:
If you want to further limit your results try limiting to pdf format by typing filetype:pdf - many reports are published in pdf.
e-cigarettes site:.who.int filetype:pdf