Labour rights are Human rights

Jan - study on Charter of Rights

January 27, 1986
The National Union released its study, The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: A Doubled-Edged Sword for Unions? NUPGE was the first union to sound the alarm with respect to the possibility that the “freedom of association” clause contained in the 1985 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms might not adequately protect the right to freedom of association for Canadian workers.

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