3 edition of Canadian labour law in the 1990s found in the catalog.
Canadian labour law in the 1990s
D. D. Carter
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Donald D. Carter.|
|Series||Current issues series, Current issues series (Kingston, Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||KE3245 .C37 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||98229216|
Each of the chapters offers new and interesting findings: Leier effectively recasts Kuzych as a case about the authority of union executives in the face of however limited rank and file dissent. After entering the Canadian marketplace about 10 years ago, Wal-Mart became the subject of a union organizing campaign in Windsor, Ontario. This important book demonstrates why and how the new regime was put in place and assesses the degree to which it simultaneously embodied a marked departure from what preceded it and a revitalized commitment to market ordering and voluntarism. It was not until that a full national system of collective labour-relations law was established by the federal government, exercising its wartime emergency powers to legislate in spheres ordinarily reserved for provincial legislation by promulgation of regulation PC
A volume As part of our creative process, we consult historical books and articles written about the stories we transform into comics as well as primary source materials from the period under study, including photographs, quotes, song lyrics, etc. On September 1 Labour Dayafter running the equivalent of a marathon a day, Terry made the heart-wrenching announcement from the back of an ambulance in Thunder Bay, Ontario, that the cancer had spread to his lungs. A tornado ripped through Edmonton, Alberta, killing 26 and injuring hundreds of others on July For example, until the late s the incidence of strikes in Canada was well below that of the US. O'Donoghue and Jacob Cohen pepper the narrative, but the authors give little substantial consideration to how trade unionists used lawyers and the law.
The constitution  gives exclusive federal jurisdiction over employment in specific industries, such as banking, radio and TV broadcasting, inland and maritime navigation and shipping, inland fishing, as well as any form of transportation that crosses provincial boundaries. When it comes to working-class history in Canada some people have at least heard of the Winnipeg General Strike of or the strike of Ford workers in Windsor in that led to the Rand Formula. Is there a breakdown in order as competing interests vie for public sympathy and support? For example, until the late s the incidence of strikes in Canada was well below that of the US.
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Acid Rain: Canada and the United States finally met for serious discussions and the United States finally agreed to a significant reduction in sulphur emissions. The common, or judge-made, law, the Canada Labour Code and the labour statutes of some provinces protect employees against unfair union disciplinary procedures and, in the case of the statutes, limit the reasons for which an employee can be expelled from a union or fired as a consequence.
Labour law is also concerned with the relationships between unions and their members. Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Canadian labour law in the 1990s book sive plant modernization during the early s. Although generally employers are free to hire at their discretion, once an employee is hired, many collective agreements and in some jurisdictions the Canadian labour law in the 1990s book impose "dues shop" provisions requiring all employees within the bargaining unit to pay dues to the union, whether members or not, in return for its obligation to represent all employees in the bargaining unit equally the Rand formulamay impose or "union shop" provisions requiring that all employees join the certified union.
Following the student nurses massacre in Montreal inKim ammended the Criminal Code to call for tighter gun control measures in Although the trend in the s was towards greater regulation of all aspects of the employment relationship, including the wage bargain, the mids has seen a move towards deregulation driven by the competitive pressures inherent in globalization and the growth of free trade.
The substantive chapters are grouped into five topical sections. Ontario lawyers voted in January to no-longer be required to swear an oath to the Queen. On September 1 Labour Dayafter running the equivalent of a marathon a day, Terry made the heart-wrenching announcement from the back of an ambulance in Thunder Bay, Ontario, that the cancer had spread to his lungs.
In Canada's very decentralized labour movement, collective bargaining is highly localized and competitive. When industrial peace could not be secured by diplomacy, it was imposed by court injunctions and by deportation of foreign-born activists.
Waves of illegal immigrants arrived on the shores of British Columbia in August. These types of union security provisions have been upheld as reasonable limits to the rights guaranteed under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
It merits consideration by all readers with an interest in Canadian forests, past and present. In deciding whether to certify a union, the board must determine the "appropriate bargaining unit," - ie, the group of employees by whom and for whom the selection of the bargaining agent is to be made.
If the employer wins the strike or lockout so completely that no collective agreement is reached, the employees' jobs are protected only by the unfair labour-practice laws and individual employment law. They are affected by a number of factors, including labour organizations, collective bargaininglabour marketgovernment policy, the structure of the economy, labour law and technological change.
Canada became the first nation to sign the international bio-diversity convention at the Earth Summit in Brazil in June. Having to deal with heavy winter ice, the bridge is a marvel of engineering.
Can economic justice be defined and administered, or must the free market be given more play? Union organization and membership grew more rapidly in Canada, and for the past several years union members have comprised a considerably larger percentage Canadian labour law in the 1990s book the labour force.All Content is Copyright CALL-ACAMS E-mail us.
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