Courts and Tribunals
Supreme Court of Canada
This site provides information about the Court and its library, judgments from 1989, and services and information for parties and counsel, as well as links to the Charter collection. The full-text judgments database is searchable by concept (key words), or with the help of a field search template.
Federal Court of Canada
Provides information on Federal Court Rules, reports and decisions back to 1972, as well as hearing lists and information. Decisions back to 1875 (when the Federal Court was the Exchequer Court of Canada) can be found at https://reports.fja-cmf.gc.ca/fja-cmf/j/en/nav_date.do.
Provides useful information about the Ontario Courts system, including Notices, Practice Directions, statistics and recently released judgments and endorsements for the Court of Appeal as well as full-text decisions from 1998 to the present.
Tax Court of Canada
Provides Judgments of the court since 1997, as well as the Hearing Schedule and relevant information.
CanLII - Canadian Legal Information Institute
Provides open access to court judgments, tribunal decisions, statutes and regulations from all Canadian jurisdictions. Commentary from the legal community can be found at CanLII Connects, and journals, articles, and newsletters from the legal community can be found at CanLII Docs.
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
Provides access to all decisions rendered by the tribunal since 1990. https://decisions.chrt-tcdp.gc.ca/chrt-tcdp/en/nav.do
Employment Insurance Jurisprudence Library
This Government of Canada site provides a very searchable electronic library of all employment insurance jurisprudence, including CUB’s, Federal Court and Supreme Court decisions, as well as an increasing number of related Provincial Court and Human Rights Tribunal decisions. It is easy to use with both a simplified and advanced search engine, searchable by Court or tribunal, keywords, decision number, or name.
Effective June 8, 2019, the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) will assume the regulatory functions of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario (DICO).
Tribunals Ontario is a group of 13 adjudicative tribunals that play a role in the administration of justice in Ontario. The tribunals are: Assessment Review Board, Animal Care Review Board, Child and Family Services Review Board, Custody Review Board, Fire Safety Commission, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Landlord and Tenant Board, Licence Appeal Tribunal, Ontario Civilian Police Commission, Ontario Parole Board, Ontario Special Education Tribunal (English), Ontario Special Education Tribunal (French) and Social Benefits Tribunal.Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal
Rules and forms are available on this site. Some decisions since September 2001 and continuous coverage of decisions since 2007 can be found on CanLII https://www.canlii.org/en/on/onpeht/