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Collective Agreement Application

"The Ability, Obligation and Role of a Trade Union to Represent its Members in Employer Investigations"

Jurisdiction: - British Columbia

Alan E. Black, Q.C. and Pamela Costanzo, at Black, Gropper & Company in Vancouver, have written a paper on "The Ability, Obligation and Role of a Trade Union to Represent its Members in Employer Investigations". The paper was prepared for the Insight Information Western Canada Labour Relations conference held on January 30-31, 2007 in Vancouver.

"Interpreting the Collective Agreement: The Duty to Be Reasonable"

Scott D. MacInnes has written a paper entitted, "Interpreting the Collective Agreement: The Duty to Be Reasonable" (1999).

It was written for the Current Issues Series and published by IRC Press, Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University.

The Executive Summary states:  read more »