The Trade Union Act, 1972 and the Technological Change Rationalization Act, 1972 - A New Law for Labour in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Trade Union Act, Technological Change Rationalization Act, Labour Relations, Collective Agreement, Statutory Strike
The special feature of labour relations law in Saskatchewan for the past twenty-five years has been the almost unswerving purity with which The Saskatchewan Trade Union Act has translated into law the basic concept common to all Canadian labour legislation. The most striking thing about the new Saskatchewan Trade Union Act is that it not only retains its purity, but largely restores the damage done in the unchaste year of 1966.
Innis Christie, "The Trade Union Act, 1972 and the Technological Change Rationalization Act, 1972 - A New Law for Labour in Saskatchewan", Legislative Comment, (1972) 37 Sask L Rev 136.