Labour Code Changes Whip Thru Committee In Minutes

Significant changes to Canada’s labour law whipped through a House committee in mere minutes amid concerns MPs had no time to summon expert testimony on the bill’s impact. The measures rewrite ten sections of the Canada Labour Code, granting new powers to federal inspectors to dismiss employee complaints deemed “frivolous.”

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