​There are helpful sites on the internet, such as www.canlii.org, which provide copies of legislation at no cost. You can also visit libraries including public and college and university libraries. Many court houses also have libraries run by Alberta Law Libraries; these libraries have many excellent resources. Its website is also helpful: www.lawlibrary.ab.ca. You can buy hard copies of Alberta legislation, such as the Family Law Act, from the Queen’s Printer for Alberta. It publishes Alberta’s legislation and other law-related materials, and also provides pdf versions of its products at www.qp.alberta.ca. The Queen’s Printer can be reached directly in Edmonton, at 780-427-4952; outside of Edmonton, you can reach them toll-free through Service Alberta at 310-0000, and ask for the Queen’s Printer. Your local bookstore or library may also carry Queen’s Printer products. To access federal legislation online, visit the Government of Canada’s Justice Laws website at www.laws-lois.justice.gc.ca where pdf versions of the legislation are available for download.

 

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