Quebec moves to end strike, Ontario to banLegislation may be vulnerable to Charter02/28/2011|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 02/28/2011 This last week has not been a good one for the right to strike in Canada. Especially so in light of the Supreme Court’s 2007 ruling in B.C. Health Services that the right to participate in meaningful collective bargaining is a Charter right.First, on February 21 the government of Quebec imposed a collective agreement on its Crown prosecutors and lawyers that reproduces the wage increases negotiated by other public sector unions. This has been its practice now for several agreements running. The Association des juristes de l’État (AJE) has demanded binding arbitration, but the government has consistently refused. 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.