"Human Rights Tribunal has no Power to Rule on Union Worker’s Claim"

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5 November 2021
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In today's Legal Matters, Jeff Andrew discusses a recent Supreme Court of Canada Ruling denying a unionized employee the right to challenge her termination before a human rights tribunal.

A copy of the article can be found here.

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