Labour movements in Canada and the United States: are they really that different?
Centre for Industrial Relations, University of Toronto, 1983 - Business & Economics - 31 pages
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0ntario Labour Relations affiliated Alberta anti-union bargain collectively bargaining unit British Columbia Canada in 1980 Canada Labour Code Canadian Labour Congress Canadian labour movement Canadian Papermakers Union Canadian Union civil servants CNTU collective bargaining Congressional system countries decline differences distribution of employment enforcement extent of unionization federal finance and service Gifford growth of union increase industry sector international unions jurisdiction Kochan Labour Canada labour force labour laws labour move Labour Relations Board major Membership by Industry MEMBERSHIP IN CANADA membership rate merger national unions Non-agricultural Employed non-agricultural paid workers Nova Scotia Number of persons number of union overall rate Parliamentary system parties Percent of Non-agricultural percentage of workers percentage organized provision PSSRA Public Employees public sector unionization Quebec Radio Shack rate of unionization right to strike Saskatchewan Securicor Steelworkers trade unions tripartite boards underlying factors UNI0N union members union membership growth unionization in Canada wage Wagner Act