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Right to strike falls in grey area in Canadian labour law
Impact of international law on labour rights diminished by mediation of charter: Expert
Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board
Kingston, Ontario (73 employees of a library system) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 2202
Brantford, Ontario (105 employees producing automotive brake and power steering hose sub-assemblies) and the Canadian Auto Workers, Local 504
Manitoba Health Care Employers, representing 22 hospitals, medical services and Regional Health Authorities
Province-wide in Manitoba (3,918 paramedical employees) and the Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals
Fairmont Palliser Hotel, Inn Vest Hotels XV
Calgary, Alberta (362 employees of a hotel) and the Canadian Auto Workers, Local 4273
Medical worker fired for breaching confidentiality
The grievor was employed at a hospital. He had posted photos taken in the aftermath of a patient suicide to his Facebook page. His termination was upheld.
Termination warranted for food safety violation
The grievor had not followed procedures meant to protect food safety. He had been disciplined earlier for the same failure. His age, length of service and sincere apology were not enough to tip the balance in his favour.
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