CLELJ

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CLELJCanadian Labour and Employment Law Journal
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Cases", (2012) 16 CLELJ 181 (Langille & Oliphant, "Frying
Potential of Dunmore" (2002) 10 CLELJ 117 at 131 [Adams,
See also Brian Langille, "What is a Strike," (2009-2010) 15 CLELJ 355 at 367-369 [Langille, "What is a Strike"].
See Judy Fudge & Harry Glasbeek, "The Legacy of PC 1003" (1995) 3 CLELJ 357 at 385.
See Fudge, "BC Health," supra note 7 at 42; Jamie Cameron, "The Labour Trilogy's Last Rites: BC Health and a Constitutional Right to Strike" (2009) 15 CLELJ 297 at 302-303 [Cameron, "Last Rites"]; Steven Barrett, "Dunmore v Ontario (Attorney General): Freedom of Association at the Crossroads" (2002) 10 CLELJ 83 at 84 and 104 [Barrett, "Dunmore"]); Roy Adams, "The Revolutionary Potential of Dunmore" (2002) 10 CLELJ 117.
Jamie Cameron, "Due Process, Collective Bargaining and s 2(d) of the Charter: A Comment on BC Health Services" (2009) 13 CLELJ 323 at 342 [Cameron, "Due Process"].
2012) 16 CLELJ 331 at 332, n2 [Barrett, "Stepping"].
113) For a skeptical account of the Court's use of international law, see Brian Langille & Benjamin Oliphant, "From the Frying Pan into the Fire: Fraser and the Shift from International Law to International "Thought" in Charter Cases" (2012) 16 CLELJ 181.
281) Adams analyse en details les fondements de ces obligations contraignantes decoulant de la Convention no 98 (supra note 36) et de la jurisprudence du CLS sans egard a la ratification de cette convention par le Canada : Roy J Adams, <<The Supreme Court, Collective Bargaining and International Law : A Reply to Brian Langille>> (2008) 13 CLELJ 111 aux pp 112-18 [Adams, <<Supreme Court>>].
296) pierre Verge, <<La protection constitutionnelle du droit a la negociation collective et le reamenagement du regime legal de representation collective dans le secteur des affaires sociales du Quebec : CSN c Procureur general du Quebec>> (2008) 14 CLELJ 305 a la p 107.
Constitutional Right to Strike" 15 CLELJ 297; Langille,