Fraser decision: A ‘setback’ for trade unions — or not?

Commentators suggest effects of ruling may not be as dire for unions as first believed

Its been almost six months since the Supreme Court of Canada handed down its ruling in Ontario (Attorney General) v. Fraser, a case involving a constitutional challenge by farm workers around their exclusion from the province’s Labour Relations Act, and the debate continues about what the decision means for both employers and workers.

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