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Ottawa's back-to-work interventions worry both firms and workers

(Source: Globe and Mail, May 29, 2012)

TORONTO — Ottawa’s move to halt a strike at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. will get the trains rolling again soon, but back-to-work legislation is being flagged as part of a worrying pattern of government intervention that could devalue collective bargaining at a cost to employers.

Full story: Globe and Mail

Thursday, May 31, 2012

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