Canadian Law - In
plain, straightforward English.
More than 75
major categories. Includes history, dictionary of
types of modern
law, and links to law schools and associations.
Supreme Court Of Canada - The court of last resort (or the
highest court) in Canada. As the final general court
of appeal it is the last judicial resort of all
litigants. Its jurisdiction embraces both the civil
law of the province of Quebec and the common law of
the other nine provinces and three territories. As
it is a general court of appeal, the Supreme Court
of Canada can hear cases in all areas of the law.
Court of Canada
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial
Canadian Charter of Rights and
Canadian Legal Information
Virtual Canadian Law Library
Department Of Justice - The people of the
Department of Justice work to ensure that Canadians
enjoy a justice system that is fair, accessible and
efficient. Helping the federal government to develop
policy and to make and reform laws as needed. At the
same time, serve Canadians by acting as the
Government's law firm.
Regulations and Statutes
Consolidated Statutes and Regulations.
British Columbia Superior Courts
Information on the British Columbia Superior Courts
and access to reasons for judgments.
British Columbia -
Legal Services Society
Information on the justice system in Alberta.
Legal Aid Society
Law Society Libraries -
Dedicated to facilitating access to legal
information for all Albertans.
Saskatchewan Court System
Saskatchewan's Court of Appeal, Court of Queen's
Bench and Provincial Court.
Legal Aid Commission
Public legal information
-The Public Legal Education
Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit,
non-government organization which exists to educate,
inform and empower through law-related education.
Provides information about Manitoba's court system.
Guide to the Ontario Courts: Court of Appeal for
Ontario, Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court
Ontario Ministry attorney
The Ministry of the Attorney General is
responsible for providing a fair and accessible
justice system which reflects the needs of the
diverse communities it serves across government and
the province. It strives to manage the justice
system in an equitable, affordable and accessible
way throughout the province.
Quebec's Ministère de la Justice (Department of
Newfoundland Provincial Court
The legal and constitutional institution responsible
line judicial services throughout the province of
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Edward Island Courts
Information about the work of the court system on