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About each Jurisdiction.

Here's where you go if you want to know the process for how to decertify a union in your province, or in the US.
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About each Jurisdiction.

Postby NC » Wed Nov 27, 2013 7:10 pm

We are only going to put a few jurisdictions here to start - This is a big job. We will start with British Columbia because that's the one we know the best. We should start with Ontario because it's by far the largest but it is also the most complicated.

As we mentioned earlier, each jurisdiction has different "subsets" that affect the Labour Relations. An example would be in Québec, where the construction industry is very different from the non-construction industry. Staying with that example, in Québec if you are in the construction industry you *must*belong to a union, you have no choice.

So, watch for that as you proceed through your jurisdiction’s rules.

British Columbia - General Rules

Find - Desiderata - read it

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