The Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA) offers an number of excellent website about Alberta Law.
LawCentral Alberta – A starting point if you don’t know where to look for information about your legal issue. Provides links to reliable legal information sources and services in Alberta and Canada.
Canadian Legal FAQs – Answers to over 1,000 Frequently Asked Questions about the law in Canada and Alberta.
LawNow – A free bi-monthly digital magazine that examines how the law relates to everyday life.
Laws for Landlords and Tenants – Everything you need to know about renting law in Alberta.
Condo Law for Albertans – Plain language legal information for Alberta consumers who are thinking about buying a condo, currently living in one, or considering selling or renting their condo.
Your Rights at Work – Videos, infographics, articles, and quizzes on employment law in Alberta.
WillowNet: Abuse and the Law in Alberta – Legal information for Albertans experiencing violence in a relationship.
OakNet: Older Adult Knowledge Network – Excellent source of legal information on topics of interest to older Albertans.
Charity Central – Information to help registered charities learn about their responsibilities in the areas of books and records, fundraising, and receipting.
LawCentral Schools – LawCentral Schools provides lesson plans and educational resources for teachers in Alberta classrooms.
Women and the Law in Alberta – Online version of a booklet created by Calgary Legal Guidance. Provides plain language legal information on a wide variety of legal issues impacting women.
Canadian Law and Modern Day Foreign Brides – Legal information for women who come to Canada to marry through an arranged marriage, matchmaking agency, or mail order bride service.