An immense amount of information passes through the Legislative Assembly. It can come in many forms, ranging from a report submitted by a
parliamentary committee, or the transcript of a debate on a bill. This information is documented by Assembly staff and is published, under the authority of the Speaker, either in print, or more commonly, online.
These public documents serve to inform the public on the proceedings and decisions of the Legislative Assembly, but they can also work to ensure that MLAs can access the information they need to inform themselves about previous or upcoming Assembly business. Such documents include:
Public documents and other data can be accessed on the
Legislative Assembly website.