Court and tribunal decisions together form the primary case law of Canada. They are published in both online databases and print reporters. Not every decision is reported, and many are only available online.
Court case decisions are those handed down by the federal, provincial, and territorial courts established under the Canadian Constitution. Learn more about the Canadian court system.
Administrative tribunal decisions are those handed down by specialized governmental agencies established by federal, provincial, and territorial legislation, to adjudicate on matters arising from their regulatory processes. Learn more about administrative tribunals.
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