Canadian Industrial Relations Today: And the Prognosis Is?

An Interview With John Crispo, Professor of Political Economy and Industrial Relations of University of Toronto
Labour Relations

In this Q & A with Emeritus Professor of Political Economy and Industrial Relations John Crispo of University of Toronto, the conversation ranges from the greatest pressures on the Canadian IR system to how Canada fared after a decade of free trade, what’s happening to workers, and the future of unions in Canada.

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