Dalhousie Law Journal


University of Saskatchewan, Labour Relations Board, arbitrator, labour relations, wage freeze, legal history


In the wake of a protracted period of faculty unrest at the University of Saskatchewan, two decisions of the province's Labour Relations Board, and an award of a sole arbitrator will have more enduring significance than the dispute that engendered them. In this paper I propose to consider this trilogy and comment on its importance in an assessment of labour relations in an academic setting.