Canadian Case Law is made up of the written decisions of judges in court or tribunals. It is the law as established by the outcome of former cases. Canada's law is based on precedence, meaning that the decisions made by the judges in court or tribunals are based on previous cases. Case law comes from all levels of courts in Canada.
Canadian case law in print is located on the Main floor of the library.
CANLII and the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library are great free resources.