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Canadian Labour Law at the Millennium: The Growing Influence of Human Rights Requirements


Donald D. Carter

January 1, 2000

Human rights laws have become the most dynamic force shaping the Canadian labour law system. This paper identifies some of the more important changes brought about by their growing impact and the application of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the workplace.

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