Paul Maas, Author at LawNow Magazine

Canadian Unions: From Repression and Resistance to the Right to Strike

The history of Canadian unions is a long and storied one. The Canadian labour movement of the  past was a fusion of many disparate groups, often at odds with one another. For many years, the law was inhospitable to unions, with the balance tilted in favour of employers and government. Since the mid-twentieth century, trade […]

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Paul Maas
Paul Maas is a law student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. This article was produced as a project in the Pro Bono Students Canada program.
 

Owen Le Blanc
Owen Leblanc is a law student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. This article was produced as a project in the Pro Bono Students Canada program.
 


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