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Alberta Court Decisions

    Additional Resources
    ¶ Alberta Court Decisions—Text Search … There is also a search-by-month function.


Alberta Legislation

  1. Bills

  2. Statutes of Alberta (S.A.) [session laws]

  3. Revised Statutes of Alberta (R.S.A.)

    Additional Resources
    Consolidated Statutes of Alberta … This is the Canadian Legal Information Institute’s interface to the Revised Statutes of Alberta linked from the site above.
    Debates and Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly (Hansard) … From the 22nd Legislative Assembly, 3rd Session (14 Mar. 1991), to date.


Alberta Rules of Procedure and Practice

  1. Rules of Court

  2. Practice Notes
  3. Court of Appeal
  4. Court of Queen’s Bench


Alberta Administrative Law Sources

  1. Regulations and Rules

    Some regulations are not available in electronic format. On-line versions may not include maps, charts, and graphs that are in the printed versions.
  2. Environment Codes of Practice

  3. Orders ♦ Decisions ♦ Opinions
  4. Labour Relations Board Decisions
  5. Securities Commission—Orders and Decisions
  6. Additional Resources
    Regulations of Alberta … This is the Canadian Legal Information Institute’s interface to the regulations.


Alberta Ordinances and Home-Rule Charters

These are charters (that is, organic laws, however denominated) and bylaws of municipalities — cities, towns, etc. —, which either are available on the municipality’s web site or can be freely accessed on the web site of a commercial publisher or other provider.

  1. Charters
    Note that a charter could be included in a collection of bylaws (see below) instead of being separately accessible.

  2. Bylaws


Alberta Law-Related Periodicals

Periodicals providing on-line articles are linked here. See also links to web sites of all Canadian-published law reviews and periodicals as well as links to all U.S.-published law-review web sites.

  1. Resources: The Newsletter of the Canadian Institute of Resources Law (Resources)


Other Alberta Commentary

  1. A Guide to the Legislative Process … [Justice Dep't]

  2. Doing Business in Canada. Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP … “This guide provides non-Canadian businessmen and women with an introduction to the laws and regulations that affect the conduct of business in Canada and, in particular, in the Province of Ontario. In some cases, this guide also identifies issues in the Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.” Also available in an HTML version.


Alberta Law-Related Topical Web Sites


Alberta Court Information

  1. Web Sites

    See also the inclusive web site for Alberta courts.
  2. Additional Resources
    Chart of the Court System … [Justice Dep't]


Alberta Forms

  1. Court Forms


Other Alberta Resources

  1. Provincial Government Web Sites
  2. Additional Resources
    ¶ Vital Records — Contact Information
    ¶ Workers’ Compensation — Staff Contact Information … [Robert W. McDowell / North Carolina Industrial Commission]

  3. Law Society of Alberta

  4. Bar Associations ♦ Law-Related Organizations
  5. Law Schools ♦ Law Society Membership ♦ Continuing Legal Education


Legal Research and Assistance

  1. Law Libraries
  2. Family Law Information Centre Booklets … [Alberta Court System] — Self-help booklets that “provide general instructions about how to make many types of applications in the Court of Queen’s Bench about family law matters. These booklets set out the court procedure involved, and provide fill-in-the-blank forms that can be used for common applications.”



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