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Practice area: 
Labor & employment
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2021-12-10

The 2022 Annotated Canada Labour Code, Print and ProView plus supplement

Availability: Partial Stock

“Ron Snyder’s Annotated Canada Labour Code…has become an essential reference tool for all labour relations practitioners who work in the federally-regulated sectors”

– Ginette Brazeau, Chairperson, Canada Industrial Relations Board



This treatise, now in its 30th year of publication, sets out the most recent statutory and regulatory amendments to the Canada Labour Code and includes all newly rendered case law to assist in the interpretation and application of the Code’s legislative Parts. This treatise also references jurisprudence applicable to the Code's subordinate C.I.R.B. Regulations.

This 2022 Edition digests 94 new decisions that have been rendered by the C.I.R.B., the O.S.H. Appeal Board, adjudicators, referees and the courts since the publication of last year's edition, resulting in updates to approximately 114 areas of this treatise.

Highlights for this edition

Part I: Industrial Relations. New decisions include: clarifying the weight to be placed on s. 40 ratification votes that show a lack of employee support; clarifying when the clock begins to run for giving notice of technological change under s. 53(1); elucidating on the purpose of ‘maintenance of activities’ agreements under s. 87.4(3); and a discussion on the board’s power to permit non-lawyer representatives to participate in unjust dismissal hearings under s. 240.

Part II: Occupational Health and Safety. New decisions include: comments on employees’ rights to refuse to work on aircrafts; and comments on whether a Head’s power under s. 141 to direct an employer mush be anchored to occupational health and safety regulations.

Part III: Standard Hours, Wages, Vacations and Holidays. New decisions include: providing insight as to the application of the Code’s leave provisions where a collective agreement also includes leave provisions; discussion of the obligation of fairness owed to self-represented litigants; remarks on provincial courts’ jurisdiction to grant unpaid overtime remedies; comments on ‘frustration of contract’ principles where an employee is incapable of continued employment; delineation on the objective of adjustment arbitration awards under s. 224(4) of the Code; and reviewing the ability to submit a mediator/arbitrator’s statements in court on a judicial review application.

The 2022 Annotated Canada Labour Code, Print and ProView plus supplement

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

“Ron Snyder’s Annotated Canada Labour Code…has become an essential reference tool for all labour relations practitioners who work in the federally-regulated sectors”

– Ginette Brazeau, Chairperson, Canada Industrial Relations Board



This treatise, now in its 30th year of publication, sets out the most recent statutory and regulatory amendments to the Canada Labour Code and includes all newly rendered case law to assist in the interpretation and application of the Code’s legislative Parts. This treatise also references jurisprudence applicable to the Code's subordinate C.I.R.B. Regulations.

This 2022 Edition digests 94 new decisions that have been rendered by the C.I.R.B., the O.S.H. Appeal Board, adjudicators, referees and the courts since the publication of last year's edition, resulting in updates to approximately 114 areas of this treatise.

Highlights for this edition

Part I: Industrial Relations. New decisions include: clarifying the weight to be placed on s. 40 ratification votes that show a lack of employee support; clarifying when the clock begins to run for giving notice of technological change under s. 53(1); elucidating on the purpose of ‘maintenance of activities’ agreements under s. 87.4(3); and a discussion on the board’s power to permit non-lawyer representatives to participate in unjust dismissal hearings under s. 240.

Part II: Occupational Health and Safety. New decisions include: comments on employees’ rights to refuse to work on aircrafts; and comments on whether a Head’s power under s. 141 to direct an employer mush be anchored to occupational health and safety regulations.

Part III: Standard Hours, Wages, Vacations and Holidays. New decisions include: providing insight as to the application of the Code’s leave provisions where a collective agreement also includes leave provisions; discussion of the obligation of fairness owed to self-represented litigants; remarks on provincial courts’ jurisdiction to grant unpaid overtime remedies; comments on ‘frustration of contract’ principles where an employee is incapable of continued employment; delineation on the objective of adjustment arbitration awards under s. 224(4) of the Code; and reviewing the ability to submit a mediator/arbitrator’s statements in court on a judicial review application.