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18 Canadian Lab. & Emp. L.J. [i] (2014-2015)

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                             TABLE   OF  CONTENTS

      Silence Means Yes Here in Canada: Precarious Migrants, Work and the
      Law -Sarah  Marsden                                                   1

      When Is an Employee a Fiduciary? - Aline Van Bever                   39


                ADJUDICATING   HUMAN   RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE:
             AFTER  ONTARIO'S  PINTO REPORT, WHERE   DO WE  GO NEXT?

                       Papers from the Workshop on the Pinto Report
              Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace, Queen's University,
                                 November 9-1.0, 2012

      Pathways to The Iron Hand in the Velvet Glove: Historical Underpinnings
      of the Ontario Human Rights Commission as Law Enforcer - Karen Schucher   71

      Implementing the New Ontario Huann Rights Code: A Tribunal
      Perspective - David A. Wright                                       101

      Direct Access in Ontario: A Call to Re-Examine - Anita Anand & Gita Anand  123

      The Ontario Hwnan Rights Code's Distributive and Recognitional Functions
      in the Workplace - Claire Mumm6                                     145

      Adjudicating Systemic Equality Issues: The Unfulfilled Promise of Action
      Travail des Fennes - Dianne Pothier                                 177

      Everybody's Business: Human Rights Enforcement and the Union's Duty
      To Accommodate - Elizabeth Shilton                                  209

      Costs Breakdown: What Mowat Means for Accessing Justice in Human
      Rights Regimes - Kerri A. Proc                                      253

      The Right To Sue as Access to Justice: Discrimination in Employment
      before the Courts in Canada and California- Sheila Osborne-Brown         291

      Implementing a Person-Centred Approach to Human Rights after the Pinto
      Report: The Need for Further Research - Patricia Hughes             331

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