CPLEA uses a collaborative approach to develop materials and strategies for teaching people about the law. Check out our resources and learn more about the legal issues that affect everyday life in Canada.
LawNow Magazine provides credible legal information, interpretation, and comment to help Canadians:
Make critical decisions in their professional and personal lives;
Make meaningful and effective contributions to the democratic life of their communities and the country.
Are you a new renter? Then our publication Renting 101 is for you! Avoid getting into problem situations with your landlord by understanding what the law says, and find out what your protections are as a tenant.
Find more information on residential tenancies at Laws for Landlords and Tenants in Alberta .
Charity Central is a Canada-wide charity law education initiative of the Legal Resource Centre of Alberta and the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta , made possible with a financial contribution from the Canada Revenue Agency. The initiative supports Canadian charities in understanding and complying with the requirements of the Income Tax Act in the areas of receipting, fundraising, record keeping, and accountability and transparency practices.
Foreclosure can be a complicated process for the property owner and for any tenants that are living in the property. In this booklet, you can learn about how foreclosure works and your rights when you are involved in a foreclosure.
The Centre for Public Legal Education is home to the Garvie Reading Room (GRR), a non-circulating library designed to serve public legal education providers and creators, researchers and CPLEA staff.
Here you will find materials that concern the theory and practice of public legal education (PLE), and which support the broader professional activities of CPLEA.
LawCentral Schools is a website designed for teachers and provides access to law-related resources organized by their relationship to the Alberta curriculum. Teachers can find free lesson plans, assessment ideas, and multimedia.
The Legal Resource Centre (LRC) is a non-profit public legal education organization committed to developing effective and innovative ways of creating access to legal information for the public.