Hearings schedule

The Board holds hearings by video, teleconference, or in person. Unless otherwise specified, the hearings on the Hearing Schedule page are being held by video or teleconference. If you would like to attend a hearing, email the Registrar to request the meeting details. In your email, include the case number or the hearing you would like to attend.

The Labour Relations Board hearing schedule includes hearings, mediations, and settlement conferences.

Board hearings are generally open to the public. However, the Vice-Chair holding the hearing may decide to close the hearing, or a portion of it, to the public. A mediation or settlement conference is not open to the public.

View hearings schedule

How the Board conducts hearings

While hearing schedules are regularly updated, hearing dates and/or times can change at the last minute. Before you come to watch a hearing, you can contact the Board to make sure it is going ahead as scheduled.

Only the parties participating in the hearing can speak at a hearing before the Board or have access to documents. If you are not a party and believe you should be allowed to participate in the hearing, you must apply to the Board for standing to participate.

The Vice-Chair controls the hearing process. If any person is disruptive during a hearing, the Vice-Chair may require that person to leave or may stop the hearing.

Hearings are generally not recorded, and no one is permitted to record a hearing, or any part of it, without asking for and receiving the permission of the Vice-Chair.

The Board may hold a hearing in person, by teleconference, or videoconference. If you would like to attend a hearing, contact us to request the meeting details. In your email, include the case number of the hearing you would like to attend.


This page was last updated: 2024-01-29

Disclaimer: The information on this website is provided for general purposes only and is not legal advice. This information is subject to the Labour Relations Code, the Labour Relations Board Rules, the Labour Relations Regulation and the published decisions of the Board

The Labour Relations Board acknowledges the territories of the many diverse Indigenous Peoples in the geographic area we serve. With gratitude and respect, we acknowledge that the Board’s office is located on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səlil̓wətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.