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Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Workplace
Health and Safety / Youth Justice
Norm Keith & Goldie Bassi / Jeffery Wilson
Halsbury’s Workplace Health and Safety title examines
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Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Act
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Garth Dee & Gary Newhouse
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Employment Law Solutions
Malcolm MacKillop, Hendrik Nieuwland &
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2010 | ISBN: 9780433465386
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2010 | Updates Billed as Issued
Disability Management Compliance Manual
Dianne E.G. Dyck, David Corry, Loretta Bouwmeester &
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Dianne E.G. Dyck
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Employment Obligations & Confidential Information, 2nd Edition
Gregory K. Steele, Q.C., & Dr. Kenneth Wm. Thornicroft
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$100 + tax | 337 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433457459
The Law of Employee Monitoring in Canada
Melanie R. Bueckert; Foreword by: David Loukidelis, Information and Privacy Commissioner for
This guide, for employment and labour lawyers, privacy specialists, in-house corporate
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$90 + tax | 306 Pages | Softcover | 2009 | ISBN: 9780433459767
Palmer & Snyder: Collective Agreement Arbitration in Canada,
General Editor: Ronald M. Snyder; Contributors: Michael Bendel, Beth Bilson, Q.C.,
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Michele A. Pineau, Ronald M. Snyder, John Steeves & Dr. Kenneth Wm. Thornicroft
This edition features revised and expanded coverage. All topical areas have been brought
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Workers’ Compensation in British Columbia
Warren Hoole; Founding Editors: Heather McDonald & Marguerite Mousseau
This much-anticipated publication provides, for the first time ever, a comprehensive
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Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Employment
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