CLELJCanadian Labour and Employment Law Journal
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By what could only be described as a bizarre yet fortunate turn in life, a molecular biology graduate with no experience in labour or employment law became a summer editor for the CLELJ. At the time, what Giovanna knew was that she had landed an interesting job.
(138.) See Peter A Gall, QC, Andrea L Zwack & Kate Bayne, "Determining Human Rights Issues in the Unionized Workplace: The Case for Exclusive Arbitral Jurisdiction" (2005) 12 CLELJ 381.
Strike in Canada: A Brief Legal History" (2009-2010) 15:2 CLELJ 333
Harry Arthurs, "Constitutionalizing the Right of Workers to Organize, Bargain and Strike: The Sight of One Shoulder Shrugging" (2009-2010) 15 CLELJ 373.
15:2 CLELJ 355 [Langille, "Strike"]; Judy Fudge & Eric
Voir Peter Barnacle, << Dunmore meets Wilson and Palmer: Interpretation of Freedom of Association in Canada and Europe >> (2004) 11 CLELJ 143 a la p 164.
Pnina Alon-Shenker, '"Age is Different': Revisiting the Contemporary Understanding of Age Discrimination in the Employment Setting" (2013) 17:1 CLELJ 31 at 32-35.
Sheldon Leader, Freedom of Association: A Study in Labor Law and Political Theory (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992); Ferdinand von Prondzynski, Freedom of Association and Industrial Relations: A Comparative Study (London, UK: Mansell, 1987); Alan Bogg & Keith Ewing, "A (Muted) Voice at Work?: Collective Bargaining in the Supreme Court of Canada" (2012) 33:3 Comp Lab L & Pol'y J 379 at 392-97; Judy Fudge & Eric Tucker, "The Freedom to Strike in Canada: A Brief Legal History" (2009-2010) 15:2 CLELJ 333 at 336-37.
Cases" (2012) 16:2 CLELJ 181 [Langille, "From the Frying Pan
See also Judy Fudge & Harry Glasbeek, "The Legacy of PC 1003" (1995) 3 CLELJ 357 at 359.