Widely recognized as the "bible" of Labour Arbitration in Canada, known as "Brown and Beatty", is synonymous with reliability. It offers a concise and comprehensive record and analysis of the whole body of arbitration developments in Canada over the past 40-plus years.
Definitive source for recent changes regarding Canadian employment and labour law, including key changes in statutory requirements, critical court rulings, labour jurisdictions, employment standards, fair employment practices, occupational health and safety, collective bargaining, etc. Includes quick reference charts and references to pertinent labour law decisions.
Information from over 10,000 news, legal and business sources. Covers of news, current events, government, medical, business, industry and market information, legal cases and topics. Includes news sources in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Dutch, magazines, trade journals, broadcast transcripts (NPR, ABC News, CBS News, and CNN), public & private international company financial, & executive information, industry and market news, country profiles.
Articles, Videos, Webinars, Events Calendar and more: Interactive content from Canadian HR Reporter magazine, plus six related publications: Canadian HR Strategy; Canadian Employment Law Today; Canadian Labour Reporter; Canadian Payroll Reporter; Canadian Safety Reporter and Canadian Occupational Safety.
Search for abbreviations found in English language legal publications (law reports and law periodicals), from the British Isles, the Commonwealth and the United States, including those covering international and comparative law. A wide selection of major foreign language law publications is also included. Publications from over 295 jurisdictions are featured in the Index.
For complex legal research questions beyond the scope of Saint Mary's collections, Dalhousie Law librarians may be able to advise. This guide indicates some of the resources that may be available for public consultation.
The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (or LISNS) is a charitable, not-for-profit organization. We have been providing Nova Scotians with easy to understand information and resources about the law for over 30 years.