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Queen’s to host workshop on Supreme Court’s landmark labour law ruling

The Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace (CLCW) at Queen’s is presenting “The Right to Strike: Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v. Saskatchewan,” an afternoon workshop on April 24. Leading scholars and practitioners are coming together in Macdonald Hall to assess the implications that the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling will have on labour law in Canada and internationally.

Second-year student saluted for volunteer work with vulnerable youth

Queen’s Law was eager to take part in Aboriginal Awareness Week, an on-campus celebration of indigenous histories and cultures, organized by the Queen’s Native Students’ Association. The group got people of all backgrounds involved in the festivities from March 16–21 to show the importance of understanding that issues facing indigenous peoples are the responsibilities of all Canadians.

Law helps raise aboriginal awareness

Queen’s Law was eager to take part in Aboriginal Awareness Week, an on-campus celebration of indigenous histories and cultures, organized by the Queen’s Native Students’ Association. The group got people of all backgrounds involved in the festivities from March 16–21 to show the importance of understanding that issues facing indigenous peoples are the responsibilities of all Canadians.

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