What's on This Page
A list of guides and portals to legislation; legislative sites; and agencies and commissions. These national and international agencies highlight the rights of employees and obligations for employers.
Bora Laskin Law Library Guide: Finding Legal Information on the Web
British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal Decisions
British Columbia Labour Relations Board Decisions
CanLII: Canadian Legal Information Institute: Indispensable portal to federal and provincial statutes, court decisions (including the Supreme Court of Canada, agencies and labour relations board websites).
Canada. Federal Labour Standards Review Commission (Arthurs Commission)
Canada Industrial Relations Board Decisions
Canadian Library of Parliament LEGISINFO: Bills before the federal House of Commons & Senate
Eur-Lex (Portal to European Union Law)
International Commission for Labor Rights (ICTUR)
ILO Database of national legislation NATLEX: 55,000 national laws on labour, social security, and related human rights, and over 300 laws in full text.
Ontario e-laws: Statutes and regulations, and includes Reference Tables that provide legislative history of each statute.
Ontario Employment Standards Appeals Decisions
Ontario Human Rights Commission: The website includes case summaries, but the complete decisions are only available online through Quicklaw.
Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Decisions (2000 to present)
Ontario Labour Relations Board Decisions: from 2000 to the present. More complete holdings through Quicklaw.
Ontario Legislative Assembly: Includes "Bills before the House", with companion documents.
Ontario Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal: Includes Decisions.
Quebec Labour Relations Board (French only)
Quebec Statutes (in English)
Quebec: Public Bills (in English)
Quick Law (restricted to only U of T Students)
Thomas: Portal to U.S. Legislative Information on the Internet, provided by the U.S. Library of Congress.
United Kingdom Lawlinks: Portal to legal information for the United Kingdom , European Union, and international law.
United States Employment Law Information Network
United States Legal Information Institute (LLI) - Labor law: Portal to U.S. federal and state laws and judicial decisions, maintained by Cornell University Law School.
United States National Labour Relations Board: Includes Decisions of the NLRB.
Major Canadian Law Firms
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers
Canadian Association of Administrators of Labour Legislation (CAALL)
Cavalluzzo Hayes Shilton McIntyre & Cornish
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti
Ius Laboris (an international alliance of law firms specializing in employment and labour law, pensions and employee benefits)
Lancaster House Legal publishers
National Workers Compensation Defense Network
Ontario Labour -Management Arbitrators Association