The History of Canadian Labour Movement

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The History of Canadian Labour Movement
An Analysis of the Historical Regulation and Unionization of Canadian Labour and of the Current Threat of Government Deregulation in the Public Service Sector
Introduction:
The historical foundations of Canadian regulatory policies involving public sector unions and their workforces will be analyzed within the context of union history and Canadian labour relations. The important events of the 19th and 20th centuries define the strong regulatory government involvement in health care, free collective bargaining, and the importance of union activity as a structural premise for these traditions. However, the recent growth of governmental deregulation in the neo-liberal Harper government provides evidence...
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