Canadian Employment law regulates the rights, restrictions and obligations of non-unionized workers and employers in Canada. Canadian Labour law regulates the rights, restrictions and obligations of trade unions, workers and employers in Canada. Labour and Employment law authority and administration is divided between provincial and federal governments. The Canada Labour Code governs areas that the constitution provides regulatory power to the federal government, such as communications and inter-provincial transportation. In other areas of unrestricted jurisdiction, the provinces and territories are empowered to enact and administer their own legislation. Please read on to find a labour and employment lawyer, or to learn more about labour and employment law.
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