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This section provides access to the decisions of the PSLRB and the PSSRB. You can see a list of decisions by year and in chronological order by selecting Decisions by year. The Subject Index allows you to retrieve decisions which cover specific types of cases. Recent decisions are presented in the order in which they are posted, not in the order they are rendered. Using Search Decisions you can locate a decision by various means, including date, keyword or the name of a party or member. The File Classification explains the classification code assigned to each decision.
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