Looking for legal information and not sure where to start? On this page you will find a list of the most recommended and reputable law resources on the web, especially as they pertain to Saskatchewan law. In the library stacks of any branch, most law information can be found in the 340’s. Regina Public Library also offers access to the Irwin Law E-Library, a digital collection of more than 300 volumes pertaining to many aspects of Canadian and Indigenous Law.
CanLII - Canadian Legal Information Institute
CanLII is a non-profit organization managed by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. CanLII's goal is to make Canadian law accessible for free on the internet. It provides access to court judgments from all Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada, federal courts, and the courts in all Canada's provinces and territories. You will also find the consolidated statutes and regulations of every jurisdiction in Canada. To find out more and tips on how to get started, visit their Frequently Asked Questions.
Do you require assistance finding a lawyer, representing yourself in court, or are unable to afford a lawyer and are seeking legal aid? The following web resources are here to help.
PLEA - Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan
Founded in 1980, PLEA is a non-profit, non-government organization that exists to inform, educate and empower the public by providing free legal information using language that is easy to understand. The information provided is specific to Saskatchewan and Canada and is intended to provide general information only. On their website you can browse topics such as: debts, criminal law or housing, or search for a keyword and be directed to related resources.
SALI - Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information
SALI's objective is to increase access to legal information for Saskatchewan residents. Find useful information on Family Law, Consumer Law, Power of Attorney and Guardianship, and Representing Yourself in Court.
Law Society of Saskatchewan