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Acts are passed by members of the legislative assembly (MLAs). They are introduced as bills, and debated in the Legislature before being put to a vote. If the assembly passes a bill, it receives royal assent from the Lieutenant Governor, at which point it becomes law.For further information on this process, see the Citizen's Guide to the Alberta Legislature. For information on Alberta's published statutes and regulations, see A User's Guide to Legislation.
ABlawg: The University of Calgary Faculty of Law Blog includes commentary by faculty members, sessional instructors, research associates at our affiliated institutes, and students on court and tribunal decisions as well as legislative and policy developments in Alberta and beyond.
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.
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.
Libraries and Cultural Resources with the support of the Alberta Law Foundation is pleased to present the documents that form Alberta's legislative history. Here you will find all of the Statutes up to 1990, Legislative Assembly Bills, Debates and Journals, the Alberta Gazette and the Ordinances of the Northwest Territories prior to the birth of Alberta. You may Browse the collection or Search by keyword.
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).
BC Laws provides this alphabetical listing of Statutes and Regulations for the province of BC.
On this website provided by the Government of Manitoba the online versions of the laws of Manitoba can be viewed free of charge. The opening page describes the types of laws that can be accessed from the various menus and describes how these laws come into force.