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What does the ALRB do?

The Alberta Labour Relations Board (ALRB) is an independent and impartial tribunal responsible for the day-to-day application and interpretation of Alberta's labour laws.  The role of the ALRB is to interpret and apply the legislation governing collective bargaining including:

  • how and under what conditions a trade union may claim the status of exclusive bargaining agent for a group of employees;

  • how the employer and union must bargain to reach or renew a collective agreement;

  • what kinds of union and employer conduct is prohibited; and

  • when the parties may have recourse to a strike or lockout.
What's New?  


Board Member Recruitment: The Alberta Labour Relations Board is seeking part-time Board Members.

Position Profile
Board Member Recruitment Posting

Further on-line information can be found on the Government of Alberta website.



Essential Services: Essential Services information can be accessed under the Labour Professional lists. The Essential Services page contains the Umpire Registry and newly added Resources of Essential Services Decisions.


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Main Hearing Room is the McBain Room
2nd Hearing Room is the Blair Room

Main Floor Hearing Room is the Sims Room
Main Floor - (2nd hearing room) is the Lucas Room
Board Caucus Room on Main Floor is the Dubensky Room
Board Caucus Room on the 4th Floor is the d’Esterre Room



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