No. 59, January 2009
- Labour law and the new inequality.
- Striking a collective bargain: the Supreme Court decision in B.C. Health Services.
- B.C. Health Services: the legacy after 18 months.
- Enter stage right: players and roles in a post-B.C. Health Services world.
- Prospects for labour's right to bargain collectively after B. C. Health Services.
- How did we get here? Setting the standard for the duty to accommodate.
- Employee Free Choice Act: Ontario experiences and potential economic impact.
- In defence of the right to strike.
- Deja vu ... all over again: the assault on workers' rights in New Brunswick: 1988-2008.
- Wrongful dismissal - bad faith damages in Canadian employment law: Honda Canada Inc. v. Keays.
- Different doesn't necessarily mean different: a discussion of Honda Canada Inc. v. Keays.
- How internationalization of the law has materialized in Canada.
- Dunsmuir v. New Brunswick: the perceived choice between fairness and flexibility in public service employment.
- Ethics in local government: Atlantic Canada conflicts of interest enforcement mechanisms - pathways or roadblocks to a culture of ethics: legislative note.