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To support our work in the area of balanced labour laws, we are proud to be a member of the Canadian Labour Watch Association. Labour Watch was founded in 2000, with a mandate to provide employees with information not readily available to them, including how to exercise their Charter rights to either join or reject a union. provides practical information and links to information on:

  • Unions for employees who want to become or remain unionized.
  • How to cancel a Union card during a Union-organizing campaign.
  • How to decertify a Union.
  • How to file an Unfair Labour Practices complaint against a union.
  • Unions, Labour Boards and Union reform websites.
  • News via the Internet on emerging developments in labour relations
  • Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week - no passwords, no fees.
  • Information in a question and answer format in the FAQ's.

Employers will find general information on and links to:

  • Certification and decertification drives.
  • How to avoid legal problems that might prevent employees from stopping a union drive or a decertification effort (because a Labour Board may find employer conduct unlawful).

Members are strongly encouraged to use this resource in consultation with their labour relations lawyer. This service is not intended to replace a lawyer or a labour relations expert, who can provide information specific to an employer's situation.

January 8, 2013

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