canadian labour market

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A recent Supreme Court decision in the United States will allow workers in the government sector to decide whether they pay union dues or not.

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The Atlantic provinces comprise four of the five lowest ranked Canadian and U.S. jurisdictions.

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Ontario workers have little to celebrate this Labour Day

Higher taxes, rapid debt accumulation and soaring electricity costs have made Ontario less attractive for investment.

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Prime Minister Trudeau earmarked millions of dollars for job-creation efforts.

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Bill C-4 will end the requirement of a secret ballot vote for establishing unions and do away with federal financial disclosure rules for unions.

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With Canada’s current unemployment rate of 7.1 per cent, there’s more slack in the Canadian labour market than in the U.S.