CanLII contains a number of Labour Arbitration decisions, often called Awards, from Canadian jurisdictions.
You can try to retrieve the desired arbitration award by starting to type its name or citation in the main search box. It will suggest close matches.
If you are not finding your award, you will want to do a little more investigation about whether it's included in the database.
1. From the landing page, first choose the jurisdiction of your award.
2. It will display all the courts and tribunals from that jurisdiction for which it contains decisions, and the dates of coverage.
3. You can then click on the source for the arbitration awards and search it directly.
When you search Westlaw Edge Canada from the main page, it will also search what is in LabourSource, an add-on subscription. However, sometimes it is easier to search just LabourSource to find particular versions of decisions or to get quickly to what you're looking for.
1. You can find LabourSource by going "My Subscriptions" along the top of the page and selecting "Labour Source."
2. You can try to retrieve the desired labour arbitration award by starting to type its name or citation in the main search box.
3. It will return close matches.
Most prominently, LabourSource includes:
Labour Arbitration Cases (L.A.C.), from 1948-present
Canadian Labour Arbitration Summaries (C.L.A.S.), from 1986-present
You can try to retrieve the desired labour arbitration award by starting to type in its name or citation in the main search box. It will suggest close matches.
If it doesn't come up, you can do a little more investigation about whether it's included in the database:
1. On the top navy ribbon next to the logo, click on "Browse".
2. Now click on "Sources", and a search box labelled "Find a Source' will open.
3. Type in the name of your source, i.e. the name of the reporter (e.g., Labour Arbitration Xpress), to find out if it's included in this database.
Some arbitral bodies post decisions on their own websites, so it's worth having a look.