Material relevant to British Columbia labour history in RG 27, Canada Dept. of Labour records

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Labor laws and legislation -- British Columbia -- Archival resources., Industrial relations -- British Columbia -- Archival resou
Other titlesDocumentation relative à l"histoire ouvrière de la Colombie-Britannique dans le Groupe d"archives fédérales (RG) 27, Canada, Ministère du Travail.
Statement[Public Archives Canada, Public Records Division].
SeriesSpecial publications series / Public Records Division
LC ClassificationsCD3627.L34 P8, CD3627L34 P8 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination7, 8 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21724503M

This research guide highlights relevant resources and archival material relating to the history of the labour movement in British Columbia. Primary sources from international, national, and local unions, as well as individuals, associations, organizations and political groups important to the development of the labour movement are all : Krisztina Laszlo.

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Canada’s labour movement has a long history of improving workers’ everyday lives. We fought for and won many of the rights enjoyed by all workers today – minimum wages, overtime pay, workplace safety standards, maternity and parental leave, vacation pay, and protection from discrimination and harassment.

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Labour Day was established to recognize the contribution workers have made to society. The holiday in Canada can trace its roots towhen a parade was held in support of the striking Toronto. Employment Standards British Columbia has introduced a new unpaid, job-protected leave for employees unable to work for specified reasons related to the COVID pandemic.

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Guide to the Employment Standards Act & Regulation This guide is an interpretation of the B.C. Employment Standards Act and Regulation to help provide a clear understanding of the law.

It is not a legal document and should not be used as a substitute for legal counsel. You should contact the Employment Standards Branch in the province or territory in which you are working. If you work for a federally regulated businesses or industry, you should contact the Federal Labour Program.

Federal Labour Program. Employment and Social Development Canada. Federal Labour Standards. Toll Free: Unfair labour practices. 6 (1) An employer or a person acting on behalf of an employer must not participate in or interfere with the formation, selection or administration of a trade union or contribute financial or other support to it.

(2) Despite this section, an employer may permit an employee or representative of a trade union to confer with the employer during working hours or to attend.

Ministry of Labour. On June 1,British Columbia’s minimum wage increased to $/hr, continuing the path towards a $an-hour minimum wage by June Occupational Health and Safety Provides an overview of legislative and regulatory occupational health and safety requirements.

Table of Contents. Canada Labour Code. 1 - Short Title 2 - Interpretation Preamble - PART I - Industrial Relations 3 - Interpretation 4 - Application 7 - Major Projects 8 - DIVISION I - Basic Freedoms 9 - DIVISION II - Canada Industrial Relations Board 9 - Establishment and Organization 15 - Powers and Duties 22 - Review and Enforcement of Orders 24 - DIVISION III - Acquisition and.

The Labour Force Survey is a monthly survey conducted by Statistics Canada which measures the current state of the Canadian labour market. Read more about the labour force survey; Resources. Find publications and other labour market resources relating to specific population groups, industry and occupations.

Go to labour market resource page. Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia Solidarity The Solidarity campaign represented overBC workers, setting the stage for the largest labour protest in.

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Canadian Labour Standards The primary objective of Canadian labour standards is to establish and protect the right of an employee to fair and equitable conditions of employment. As Canada is a federation of different provinces and territories, the rules respecting labour standards vary from place to place and from activity to activity.

the same time, employment in British Columbia has led Canada in growth, in income, in competition, and in opportunities created by new investment. There have been no significant or broad-based private sector work stoppages in decades and the province has experienced the longest period of labour relations peace in modern history.

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Bythe sector is projected to face a significant skilled labour shortfall. Bydeaths are projected to outnumber births. Guide to the Labour Relations Code Province of British Columbia. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED ON EXCEPT WITH CAUTION.

Please contact the Board’s information officer at or [email protected] for more information about the review process. Precedents in Canada for labour relations legislation were few in number in Th. e Ontario Trades Arbitration Act of th,e British Columbia Labour and Conciliation Act oan,f d the Trades Disputes Act passed in Ontario inal,l provided for local boards or councils.

The Consolidated British Columbia Labour and Employment Law Statutes and Regulations is an annual publication designed to consolidate and keep current the statutes and regulations relevant to the practice and study of labour and employment law in British Columbia.

The following materials have been added in the edition. The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development enforces and promotes awareness of employment standards, such as minimum wage, hours of work, public holidays and other standards.

Explore this website to learn more about employee rights and employer obligations in Ontario. Employment Standards Self-Service Tool. Report of the Expert Panel on Modern Federal Labour Standards [PDF - MB] The nature of work in Canada and other advanced economies has changed dramatically in the past 50 years.

Relatively fewer workers have full-time, permanent jobs while temporary, part-time and self-employed workers make up a greater proportion of the workforce.The Employment Standards Act of British Columbia (), is legislation enacted by the provincial government of British Columbia to protect the rights of working people.

Sections within the act outline the employers responsibility to their employees, notably things such as minimum wage, meal breaks, and parental act also works to protect residents of the province by preventing employment.

The refusal to reinstate an employee is an unfair labour practice unless the Labour Board is satisfied that the employer refused to reinstate the employee because the employee’s strike- or lock-out-related conduct resulted in a conviction for an offence under the Criminal Code (Canada) and, in the opinion of the Board, would be considered.