Alberta happy with Labour Relations Code

Government plans no major changes following committee's report but will look at practices in the construction industry
||Last Updated: 07/24/2003


he Alberta government has accepted the report from a committee — made up of three MLAs — to not conduct a general review of the province’s Labour Relations Code.

“Based on feedback from over 300 stakeholders and interested public members, the committee concluded that the Labour Relations Code is continuing to balance the needs of employers and employees and is working well,” said Clint Dunford, Alberta’s Human Resources and Employment Minister. “(It) does not need a major overhaul at this time.”