New labour minister, new labour landscapeMaryAnn Mihychuk says Liberals will repeal Bills C-377, C-525By Sabrina Nanji12/14/2015|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 12/14/2015 Call it what you will — a red tide, a crimson wave — but when the Liberals swept Parliament with an overwhelming majority this fall, they brought with them a new vision for labour and the future of work in Canada. Enter MaryAnn Mihychuk, minister of employment and workforce development, who has been tasked with handling the country’s labour file. That includes repealing two hotly contested private member’s bills, C-525 and C-377, which were passed by the previous Conservative government. The former introduced a secret ballot vote during the certification process in federal jurisdictions, and the latter would require unions to publicly disclose financial spending beyond $5,000, as well as publish salaries of top union brass. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.