Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2018

Source Publication

Regulating Strikes in Essential Services: A Comparative 'Law in Action' Perspective, eds. Moti Mironi and Monika Schlachter (The Netherlands: Wolter-Kluwers, 2018), pps. 107-144.

Keywords

collective bargaining; Canada; labour relations

Abstract

This chapter was written as a part of a comparative law project examining the regulation of strikes in essential services. It describes and analyses Canada's experience with strikes in essential services, including the historical development of essential service strike regulation, Canada's shifting understanding of essentiality and, most recently, the implications of constitutional labour rights, including the right to strike, for essential service strike regulation. It also looks at the law in action through a consideration of the application of these laws in their specific contest.

Comments

This book chapter is published in Regulating Strikes in Essential Services: A Comparative 'Law in Action' Perspective, eds. Moti Mironi and Monika Schlachter (The Netherlands: Wolter-Kluwers, 2018), pps. 107-144.

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