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The 2018 Annotated Ontario Labour Relations Act
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A fully annotated portable reference to the Ontario Labour Relations Act, as well as up-to-date consolidations of Regulations under the Act

The 2018 Annotated Ontario Labour Relations Act is your key to understanding the ever-changing Labour Relations regime in Ontario. A quick and portable reference tool, this publication reproduces a fully annotated version of the Labour Relations Act, as well as up-to-date consolidations of Regulations under the Act and the Ontario Labour Relations Board's current Rules of Procedure, Forms and Information Bulletins.

The 2018 edition incorporates the following:

  • Over 100 new case digests/annotations from the latest court decisions.
About the Author
Daniel Randazzo is a lawyer, arbitrator and mediator. He has an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from McMaster University (1986) and an LL.B. From the University of Ottawa (1989). Before becoming a full-time arbitrator/mediator, Daniel practiced for over 20 years as a labour lawyer, specializing in the construction industry and health care sectors. Through his practice, Daniel gained extensive experience in dealing with workplace conflicts and disputes; chaired numerous negotiations in the construction, industrial and health care industries; and facilitated the resolution of a wide range of grievances, arbitrations and complaints. He is a Member (Part-time) of the Human Rights Tribunal and has been appointed to the Minister of Labour's list of approved grievance arbitrators as well as an approved arbitrator under Part I of the Canada Labour Code, an unjust dismissal adjudicator under Part III of the Canada Labour Code and an adjudicator under the Wage Earner Protection Program Act. Daniel is a member of the Ontario Labour-Management Arbitrators Association, the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals and the Law Society of Upper Canada.