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What does the ALRB do?

The Alberta Labour Relations Board (ALRB) is an independent and impartial tribunal responsible for the day-to-day application and interpretation of Alberta's labour laws.  The role of the ALRB is to interpret and apply the legislation governing collective bargaining including:

  • how and under what conditions a trade union may claim the status of exclusive bargaining agent for a group of employees;

  • how the employer and union must bargain to reach or renew a collective agreement;

  • what kinds of union and employer conduct is prohibited; and

  • when the parties may have recourse to a strike or lockout.
What's New?  


September 25, 2018 - Workplace Legislative Changes Conference:

CIRA North, the Alberta Labour Relations Board and Alberta Mediation Services have joined together to provide a one-day conference on September 25, 2018. The conference will address ALRB decisions in response to the recent changes in the Labour Relations Code, enhanced mediation pursuant to the first contract provisions contained in the Labour Relations Code and the impact of the recent changes to the Employment Standards Code.

The location will be the Chateau Louis, 11727 Kingsway Avenue NW, Edmonton.

Further particulars will be supplied.


Occupational Health and Safety - Appeals:

New legislation affecting the ALRB was introduced December 15, 2017. The Board now has responsibility for adjudicating appeals of matters under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The Board has added a new Occupational Health & Safety drop-down tab above for easy access. Read further information here.


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