Catherine Kemp and Marianne Garneau argue that law doesn’t advance social progress, but instead tries to halt the power struggles that do.
A maintenance worker with the Toronto Transit Commission describes a recent uneventful job action called by union leadership.
Nick Driedger argues two provocative points: that “the purpose of labor law is to condition non-militant unions into existence” and that “union contracts are a way of creating a tiered labor law for different parts of the workforce.”
While some parts of Canadian labor law are the envy of the American left, Marianne Garneau argues that overall Canada’s system draws unions into a tighter embrace with employers
According to a recent survey, 42% of workers would like to belong to a union. Nick Driedger talks about would it take to get to 42% union density.