SFL Maintains That Saskatchewan People Enjoy a Constitutional Right to Strike


Earlier this morning, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal released an important decision recognizing that Canadian law has evolved to a point where a right to strike may be protected by the Constitution. At numerous points, the Court of Appeal notes that, though it could not overturn previous Supreme Court decisions respecting a right to strike, striking could very well be a fundamental right protected by the freedom of association.

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Saskatchewan's Labour Movement: the folks who brought you the constitutional right to strike!