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Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining with a trade union in the province of Ontario has complex legal and business dimensions. The process itself is subject to a specific legal framework, which imposes special obligations on the parties. The substantive outcomes can have far-reaching effects on a business. Impasses may lead to strikes or other job-actions, or binding arbitration. Not only do our lawyers have extensive experience advising employers on their legal rights and obligations in respect of bargaining, they have also engaged in that process directly on behalf of clients.

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