All Alberta court reporters with 22Keys are certified shorthand reporters pursuant to the Alberta Shorthand Reporters Regulation of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act.
All BC court reporters with 22Keys are official reporters pursuant to the Official Reporters (Supreme Court) Regulation of the Court Rules Act.
Court reporters are not strictly limited to courtrooms, but much of what's done is writing civil and criminal proceedings. The spoken word is translated into text through a person's use of a stenography machine, a phonetics-based keyboard, which is why a court reporter is also known as a stenographer.
Calgary Court Reporter
Have a court reporter attend your discovery in person or have a court reporter write your discovery remotely.
Have a verbatim record of your mediation or arbitration through the use of a court reporter.
Follow live testimony from your laptop as written by the court reporter.
Have a verbatim record of your hearing through the services of a court reporter.
22Keys offers remote court reporting services for anywhere in British Columbia, Alberta, and Yukon. In-person court reporting services are available for Metro Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, and St. Paul. If you're outside of these areas and your local court reporter is unavailable, a 22Keys court reporter can attend in person, subject to travel fees.
There are no travel fees if you'd like your 22Keys court reporter to provide remote court reporting services.
Instantly confirm a court reporter by using our always up-to-date booking calendar.
Tofino, Ucluelet, and Port Alberni
Saanich, Victoria, and Esquimalt
Bella Bella and Bella Coola
Courtenay and Comox
North Cowichan, Ladysmith, and Duncan
Port Hardy and Port McNeill
Nanaimo, Parksville, and Qualicum Beach
Abbotsford, Chilliwack, and Mission
Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, Richmond, Delta, Langley, and North Vancouver
Squamish and Whistler
Gibsons and Sechelt
Salmon-Arm and Revelstoke
Vernon and Coldstream
Penticton and Summerland
Kamloops, Merritt, and Clearwater
Nelson, Castlegar, and Creston
Cranbrook, Kimberly, and Fernie
Trail and Grand Forks
Williams Lake, Quesnel, and 100 Mile House
Prince George and Mackenzie
Burns Lake, Houston, Vanderhoof, and Smithers
Kitimat and Terrace
Masset, Prince Rupert, and Queen Charlotte
Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Tumbler Ridge, and Chetwynd
Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, High Level, St. Paul, Hinton, Edson, Jasper, and Peace River
St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, and Spruce Grove
Rocky Mountain House, Sundre, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Lloydminster, Killam, Olds, and Drumheller.
Strathmore, Olds, Cochrane, Chestermere, High River, Airdrie, Okotoks, and Canmore
Medicine Hat and Lethbridge
Carmacks, Dawson, Faro, Haines Junction, Mayo, Teslin, Watson Lake, and Whitehorse.
Behchoko, Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, Hay River, Inuvik, Yellowknife.