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Inventing union rights

National Post, September 5, 2007


Supreme Court of Canada overruled 20 years of decisions because they "do not withstand principled scrutiny" or meet international obligations. Column notes that this is also true for SCC decisions upholding forced membership and dues for political purposes.
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Seniority rules! (But it shouldn't)

Vancouver Sun, August 30, 2007


Union leader demands for more seniority and less merit are inconsistent with Canadian Labour Congress and Leger Marketing polling data of unionized Canadians.
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Jan Södergren - Speaking Tour

Swedish Human Rights Lawyer Across Canada September 26 - October 4


Unionized Europeans cannot be required to obtain and maintain union membership in order to get or keep a job. European workers who do not choose to become Members cannot be forced to pay dues for political and other purposes.
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