labour reform

A look at unions in the 21st Century

Unionization in Canada isn’t uncommon, with the number of workers represented by a union holding steady at about 30 per cent for the last decade. Most of this is in the public sector.Continue...

Queen’s Dons’ predicament provides a chance for practical education

As the Supreme Court of Canada recognized nearly three decades ago, in the seminal case of Machtinger v. HOJ Industries Ltd. , “Individual employees, and in particular non-unionized employees, are often in an unequal bargaining position in relation to their employers.”Continue...