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Definition: Federal, provincial and territorial laws, including bills, statutes and regulations.

This guide was devloped for frontline service providers in Alberta who work with vulneable individuals. It provides general legal information on Alberta law only. The booklet covers the laws of Canada (legislation, jurisdiction, and common law) as well as the court system in Alberta (Provincial, Court of Queen's Benchl, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Canada, Federal Courts and Tribunals, and Provincial Administrative Tribunals).

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Alberta Resources

The act outlining the rights and responsibilities of people living in "common law" relationships (not marriages) or who have signed an interdependent relationship agreement.
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Hansard is the official report of the debates of the Legislature and its committees. Documents are available as PDFs. They can be browsed by date, or searched by keyword. Alberta Hansard provides a yearly index that contains a subject and a speaker list for each session of the Legislature.

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Provincial database containing all the Bills introduced in Legislation by Session year. 

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On this website from the Legislative Assembly of Alberta you can find Bills and Amendments, Bill Status Report, Archived Bills, Daily Activity, Archived Reports, and a Private Bills Guide.

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From the Great Library of the Law Society of Upper Canada, this web page provides annotated links to case law as well as case-related services and information available mainly on the websites of Alberta courts and administrative tribunals. 

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Child Support Services is a free service through Alberta Works to help parents with limited incomes get child support agreements or court orders. Single parents and parents of blended families in the following programs are automatically eligible for help through Child Support Services: Income Support, Alberta Adult Health Benefit and Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH). From the left-side menu bar, users can access relevant publications and legislation.
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The Legislative Assembly website provides links to information about the Members of Legislative Assembly, Bills and Amendments, Assembly Documents and Records, Public Information, and Assembly Support Services as well as other information.
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Alberta Queen’s Printer is the official publisher of Alberta’s laws and publications.  The website provides accurate, up to date access to current legislation in a variety of formats to meet your needs.

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This online database is provided by CanLII. You can search through decisions of the courts and boards/tribunals as well as statutes and regulations. There are also direct links to the most viewed documents as well as the opportunity for you to search decisions by court.

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