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Supreme Court of Canada Decision: Labour Relations

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Ontario Bill 66 Given Royal Assent and Impacts Employment and Labour Law

An amended version of the Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2019 (introduced as Bill 66) was enacted into law on April 3, 2019, which revises several pieces of legislation, including the Employment Standards Act and the Labour Relations Act. Amendments to … Continue reading

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van Ark on New Labour & the Rights of Terrorism Suspects

Rumyana van Ark (nee Grozdanova) (University of Amsterdam – Faculty of Law; TMC Asser Institute) has posted Individual Terrorist Suspects as the New Folk Devil: New Labour, Rights Tokenism and Security Compulsions (Forthcoming, M. Gordon and A. Tucker (eds.), New Labour … Continue reading

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Continued Consultations on Possible Complex Canada Labour Code Changes

Important changes to the Canada Labour Code were recently made (i.e., Bill C-63 and C-86, among others), but the government’s work to modernize the Canada Labour Code isn’t done yet. On February 20, 2019, the federal government convened an independent … Continue reading

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The Universal Labour Guarantee, a great birthday gift for the ILO Centenary

Valerio De StefanoOn January 22, the ILO launched its centenary celebrations by releasing the Report of its Global Commission on the Future of Work. The Report is the result of several years of research, consultation with the Governments and social … Continue reading

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