ILO cites ongoing labour rights violations by Canadian governments

In a recent report, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) cited Canada for over 20 ongoing violations of the ILO's international labour standards. Governments across Canada have refused to change labour laws which have been found to be in contravention of Convention No. 87, Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organize—a convention which Canada, with the support of all provincial and territorial governments, ratified in March 1972.

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