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Bill 144 - Labour Relations Law Reforms Introduced by Liberal Government

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The Labour Relations Statute Law Amendment Act, 2005, received Royal assent on June 13, 2005 and is now in force. Bill 144 does not restore the labour relations regime that existed prior to the Tory amendments of the last decade.

, , received Royal assent on June 13, 2005 and is now in force. Bill 144 does not restore the labour relations regime that existed prior to the Tory amendments of the last decade.

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