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Is there a ‘right to strike’ in the Charter?

By | on May 21 2014

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The CCF’s oral arguments before the Supreme Court of Canada in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, et al. v. Her Majesty the Queen. The CCF argued that Section 2 of the Charter should not be expanded to include a positive ‘right to strike’ that would harm employee employer relationships.

The CCF thanks Ron Podolny, Darryl A. Cruz and Brandon Kain of McCarthy Tetrault who represented us pro-bono in our intervention at the Supreme Court of Canada.

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