Service Alberta investigates complaints from Albertans about consumer transactions – transactions between people and businesses – that are covered by the laws that we are responsible for.
Submit a complaint if an employer has not paid wages, vacation pay, overtime pay, termination pay, holiday pay, other compensation, or has fallen short of other responsibilities.
Area of Law: Employment Law
Information, resources and forms for Alberta’s courts.
CPLEA is an organization which encourages legal education in Alberta and connects individuals to various other organizations.
Law Central Alberta links individuals to legal information and help in Alberta.
The topics in the Dial-A-Law series provide general information on a wide variety of legal issues in the Province of Alberta. This service is provided by Calgary Legal Guidance
The service provides you with the contact information of up to three lawyers who will review what legal services might help you. The service does not provide any form of financially subsidized legal service.
Area of Law: General
Type: Legal Resource
Service offers landlords and tenants an alternative means of resolving serious disputes outside of court. The Service is designed to be faster, more informal and less expensive than the courts.