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General

The Canadian LabourWatch Association encourages the use of our content including copying, emailing and faxing as needed by users. There are no restrictions on the use of our FAQ’s, any Downloads related to labour law proceedings, our Newsletters, etc. Any documents or materials housed on this web site that are the product of organizations other than LabourWatch may be viewed but further copying and distribution should only be done in accordance copyright law.

Employees, whether unionized or not, who want to be more informed, should refer fellow employees to this web site and may certainly download, print, copy, transmit and distribute these materials to fellow employees or any interested parties by any means whatsoever. You do not need to contact us for permission to do so.

Employers may do the same, for management training and communication purposes, whether within their organization or with other interested parties. In some situations, employers may provide these materials to their employees. However, we suggest, in the strongest possible terms, that you only do so in consultation with a labour lawyer who knows your individual situation.

Unions may do the same for training and communication purposes, whether within their union or with other interested parties such as their members and or the non-Members they may represent.

Links

There may be websites linked to and from this site that are operated or created by or for organizations outside of the Canadian LabourWatch Association.

Those organizations are solely responsible for the operation and information (including the right to display such information) found on their respective websites. These linked websites may or may not be available in French.

The linking to or from this site does not imply on the part of the Canadian LabourWatch Association any endorsement or guarantee of any of the organizations or information (including the right to display such information) found on their respective websites. The Canadian LabourWatch Association does not assume and is not responsible for any liability whatsoever for the linking of any of these linked websites, the operation or content (including the right to display such information) of any of the linked websites, nor for any of the information, interpretation, comments or opinions expressed in any of the linked websites. Any comments or inquiries regarding the linked websites are to be directed to the particular organization for whom the particular website is being operated.

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In most cases you will select the province where you work.

However, select "Federal and Territories", if any of the following apply:

  • You live in Northwest Territories, Nunavut or Yukon.
  • You work as a federal civil servant anywhere in Canada.
  • You work in one of the following industries:
    • airports or air transportation
    • broadcasting - radio, television or cable television
    • telecommunications
    • banking
    • fisheries (but only if your business relates to the protection and preservation of fisheries as a natural resource)
    • shipping and navigation (including loading and unloading vessels)
    • grain handling
    • uranium mining and processing
    • certain federal crown agencies
  • You work in one of the following industries AND (a) your activities connect one province to another OR (b) extend beyond the limit of one province:
    • air transport
    • canals
    • ferries, tunnels and bridges
    • highway transport of good or passengers
    • railway transport of goods or passengers