Join in at the launch of Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada: Farm Workers and the Fraser Case, edited by Professor Eric Tucker (Osgoode), Judy Fudge (UVic) and Fay Faraday (Osgoode adjunct, equality/labour law specialist).
The Fraser case 2011 SCC 20, which “inspired” the collection, is here.
Sponsored by the Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights.
Sheridan Centre Hotel Conference Room F (Mezzanine Level) 123 Queen Street West, Toronto Thursday, April 12th, 2012 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can pre-order the book from Irwin law here: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada: Farm Workers and the Fraser Case
and here is the table of contents:
Introduction: Farm Workers, Collective Bargaining Rights, and the Meaning of Constitutional Protection
Farm Worker Exceptionalism: Past, Present, and the post-Fraser Future
The Roots of Organizing Agriculture Workers in Canada
Development as Remittances or Development as Freedom? Exploring Canada’s Temporary Migration Programs from a Rights-based Approach
Envisioning Equality: Analogous Grounds and Farm Workers’ Experience of Discrimination
Harvest Pilgrims: Migrant Farm Workers in Ontario
The Fraser Case: A Wrong Turn in a Fog of Judicial Deference
Paul JJ Cavalluzzo
What Fraser Means For Labour Rights in Canada
Steven Barrett and Ethan Poskanzer
Labour Rights: A Democratic Counterweight to Growing Income Inequality in Canada
The International Constitution
Giving Life to the ILO —Two Cheers for the SCC
KD Ewing and John Hendy, QC