34 Dalhousie L.J. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/dalholwj34 and id is 1 raw text is: Dalhousie
Law Journal

Volume 34, Number 1
Spring 2011
ISSN 0137-1663

Charting the Boundaries of Labour Law: Innis Christie
and the Search for an Integrated Law of Labour Market
Regulations
Harry Arthurs                          ...................1...... ................1
Collective Bargaining in the Shadow of the Charter
Cathedral: Union Strategies in a Post B.C. Health
World
Michael MacNeil                         ...................................... 19
Wrongful Termination Claims in the Supreme Court
of Canada: Coming Up Short
Dianne Pothier      .............................................. 51
Employee Pension Rights and the False Promise
of Trust Law
Elizabeth Shilton                       ....................................... 81
Non-Majority Union Representation conforms to ILO
Freedom of Association Principles and (Potentially)
Promotes Inter-Union Collaboration: New Zealand
Lessons for Canada
Mark Harcourt & Helen Lam    ........................   ...... 115
Why the Right-Freedom Distinction Matters to
Labour Lawyers-And to All Canadians
Brian Langille...............................      .  .......... 143
Sharing the Spotlight: Co-authored Reasons on the
Modern Supreme Court of Canada
Peter J. MacCormick          ................................... 165
Gimme Shelter
Robert Leckey.................................... 197
If it's Reusable Why not Reuse it? The Reuse of
Single Use Medical Devices
Brian Wilson       ................................ .......... 229
Book Review
Peter Aucoin, Mark D. Jarvis & Lori Turnbull,
Democratizing the Constitution: Reforming Responsible
Government
Gregory Tardi..............       ................... ..... 259

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