State Intervention and Assistance in Collective Bargaining : the Canadian Experience, 1943-1954.

This essay is an attempt to describe the Canadian system of state interference since its general inception a decade ago, against a background of lesser interference affecting a section of the economy over the forty preceding years.

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Logan, H. A.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1956.
Series:Heritage.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Preface; 1. The Background; 2. Industrial Relations in Wartime: The Approach to Compulsion in Collective Bargaining; 3. Compulsory Collective Bargaining in Action; 4. Preparing for Peacetime Legislation; 5. The Industrial Relations and Disputes Investigation Act; 6. Labour Relations Legislation in Ontario since the Passage of P.C. 1003; 7. Administration of the Ontario Legislation, 1944-1954; 8. Labour Relations Legislation in Quebec; 9. Effects of Canadian Labour Relations Legislation; 10. Significant Issues of Yesterday and Today; Notes; Appendix I; Appendix II; Appendix III; Index