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Ontario’s labour and employment laws are changing.

Ontario’s Ministry of Labour is currently undertaking a review of the Labour Relations Act (LRA) and the Employment Standards Act (ESA) through its Changing Workplaces Review (CWR). The Special Advisors that oversee the Review have released their Interim Report and it contains a number of policy options that could negatively impact workers’ rights and the ability of employers to create jobs and grow the economy.

At a time when costs for consumers and the costs of doing business in Ontario are rising, government must consider the impact proposed changes to Ontario’s labour and employment laws will have on its competitiveness and workers.

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