The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v. Saskatchewan has transformed the understanding of the right to strike in Canada. Combined with the Court’s decision in Mounted Police Association of Ontario v. Canada (Attorney General), the lay of the land for labour law will likely change considerably in the
Category Archives: Labour and Employment Law
The Supreme Court of Canada has revamped the analysis of s. 2(d) of the Charter and labour law rights in Canada with the decision in Mounted Police Association of Ontario v. Canada (Attorney General). See commentary on Slaw.
Omar Ha-Redeye published a chapter, Employment Law in the Unionized Context, in the 2014 edition of Introduction to Law in Canada, Laurence Olivo (Ed.).
The working paper, The Race to Identity Conflicts in the Workplace: Restructuring the Adversarial Nature of Labour Law for a More Inclusive Environment made the top ten list in Labour Law on SSRN.