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2018-12-24
Carswell

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The 2019 Annotated Canada Labour Code (Thomson Reuters ProView)
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Gain expert insight, extensive case annotations and commentary in the 2019 Annotated Canada Labour Code

For more than 25 years, Ronald Snyder's Annotated Canada Labour Code has been the "bible" among federal labour practitioners. Ron's annotations provide essential insights into the Code, and make this book the necessary resource for preparing any case before the Canada Industrial Relations Board. This 2019 Edition of the Annotated Canada Labour Code digests the new decisions that have been rendered by the CIRB, OSH Appeal Board, adjudicators, referees and the courts since the publication of last year's Edition.

“Ron Snyder’s Annotated Canada Labour Code is a comprehensive and indispensable compendium of Board jurisprudence, both pre and post legislative amendments of 1999. The Annotated Code also includes a review of relevant cases and comments pertaining to Part II of the Code (Occupational Safety and Health) as well the Regulations enacted under each part of the Code. It has become an essential reference tool for all labour relations practitioners who work in the federally-regulated sectors and who wish to obtain insights into the application and interpretation of the Canada Labour Code and the rights and obligations that it confers on the various parties in the workplace. Mr. Snyder is to be commended for contributing such an important work to the library of reference materials on labour law and for his commitment to keeping the tool updated and relevant for practitioners.”

     Ginette Brazeau, Chairperson of the Canada Industrial Relations Board

New in this edition

  • 99 new case digests of decisions by the CIRB, the OSH Appeal Board, adjudicators, referees and the courts
  • Updates to approximately 104 areas of the Code

New case law developments

Under Part I of the Code include:

  • Delineation of the test to determine whether an employment relationship exists involving professional persons
  • Board presumptions made concerning the double-majority rule applicable to accretion of bargaining unit applications
  • Elucidation on the admissibility of secret recordings

Under Part II:

  • Discussion of the Crown's burden in establishing the actus reus involving s.124 breaches
  • The Board's jurisdiction to determine the validity of refusal to work actions
  • The scope of the court's flexibility in ordering s.148 conviction remedies

Under Part III:

  • Elaboration of whether inspectors have exclusive jurisdiction to address hours of work and overtime issues
  • Whether damages can be awarded against employers for s. 214 Code breaches in the absence of evidence of loss sustained by employees
  • Clarification as to which employees are disentitled to s. 230 (notice or pay in lieu) and s. 235 (severance) compensation
  • The effect of abandoning a wage-related complaint on the ability to pursue a civil action against the employer

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About the Author
Ronald M. Snyder is a partner in the firm of Fogler Rubinoff. His practice focuses on labour and employment and he is a member of the Ontario and B.C. Bar and is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a specialist in labour law.
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