Alberta reviewing its Labour Relations Code

Province looking for input, plans to make "limited changes"

Alberta is contemplating “limited changes” to its code governing collective bargaining in the province.

The government has formed a committee, made up of three MLAs, to review and tweak the Labour Relations Code. The committee is looking for input from key labour relations stakeholders and members of the public on the legislation.

“The code is currently working quite well and Alberta workplaces are among the most stable in the country,” said Clint Dunford, the province’s human resources and employment minister. “We are contemplating limited changes.”

Anyone wishing to participate in the review process can send written submissions, by Sept. 15, 2002, to:

Richard Marz, MLA (Chair)
MLA Review Committee
c/o Workplace Investments
Alberta Human Resources and Employment
801, 10808-99 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 0G5
Fax: (780) 422-0014
E-mail: [email protected]

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