Labour Relations Boards

We have represented our union clients at both the British Columbia Labour Relations Board and the Canada Industrial Relations Board. Our representation has spanned a wide range of matters such as certification applications, strike and lockout complaints, picketing applications, unfair labour practice complaints, fair representation complaints, successorship and common employer applications, etc.

We’ve also advised our clients on issues arising from labour relations legislation, such as those regarding collective bargaining, labour disputes, and picketing rights.

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Managing Partner, Vancouver Office
Managing Partner, Surrey Office
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