are many resources available to help you administer
and interpret the Board, and aid in research on general
and specific issues . The following are some sources
of information. This is not an exhaustive list.
- Alberta Labour Relations Code
Relations Code appears in a full text format. Use (Control+F) to search for code sections.
Service Employee Relations Act
Service Employee Relations Act appears in a full
text format. Use (Control+F) to search for sections of the Act.
Officer's Collective Bargaining Act
Officers Collective Bargaining Act appears
in a full text format. Use (Control +F) to search for sections of the Act.
The Procedure Guide appears
in a full text format.
Guide to Alberta's Labour Laws
Guide to Alberta's Labour
Relations Laws describes the Board and its role
and outlines the collective bargaining system.
cover most of the Board's specific procedures. There
are presently 23 Bulletins.
of Procedure and Voting Rules
Rules of Procedure
and Voting Rules
specify how the Board deals with applications and
complaints before it.
Alberta Labour Relations Board Reports
Board reports its decisions as the Alberta Labour
Relations Board Reports. They are available through
a subscription service by the Legal
Education Society of Alberta. Should you subscribe,
you receive a binder; a case table; full-text decisions,
with headnotes; keyword/subject index; updates on
Court challenges; and Discussion Papers. The Reports
are updated 6 times a year. Contact the ALRB directly for decisions not found on the ALRB website.
Labour Relations Board Practitioner's Manual
manual contains an annotated version of the Labour
Relations Code. It also has as a full set of Board
application forms, Rules
and Information Bulletins.
The citations referred to in the Annotation are all
Board decisions. This publication is also available
to interested parties on a subscription basis through
the Legal Education
Society of Alberta.
can find QuickLaw,
a widely-used Canadian online legal research service
useful. Quick Law allows users to access and search
a large number of databases according to a variety
of search criteria. These databases contain the full
text of recent Canadian court and tribunal decisions,
and digests of many older cases.
from other Jurisdictions
Labour Relations Board subscribes to the Canadian
Labour Relations Board Reports, the Ontario Labour
Relations Board Reports, and the Canadian Labour Law
Reporter which reports Court, labour board and human
rights cases from across Canada.
Board office also has general reference books dealing
with Labour Relations topics. The most commonly referenced
George W. Canadian Labour Law, Second Edition
Auora, Ont.: Canada Law Book, 1993.
Donald J.M. and David M. Beatty. Canadian Labour
Arbitration, 3rd ed. Auora, Ont.: Canada Law
Jeffrey and C. Michael Mitchell. Ontario Labour
Relations Board Law and Practice Toronto: Butterworths,
James E. Canada Labour Relations Board: Federal
Law and Practice Toronto: Carswell, 1983.
Claud H.; Daniel E. Lavery and Luc Martineau. Canada
Labour Relations Board Policies and Procedures
Toronto: Butterworths, 1986.