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Labour Matters - Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Selected Sources of Information for Labour Studies
Canadian Association for Work & Labour Studies
The Canadian Association for Work & Labour Studies (CAWLS) is an academic association for scholars interested in work, workers, and labour.
Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights
A partner organization with the Canadian Labour Institute for Social and Economic Faireness
Canadian Labour Institute for Social and Economic Fairness
A non-profit research institute advancing labour rights for workers and unions, quality public services, and the development of environmentally sustainable industrial strategy.
Labour Organizations in Canada
Compiled by Federal Government.
Research Profile, Centre for Industrial Relations & Human Resources, University of Toronto
The CIRHR brings together academics from many different disciplines to conduct research on all aspects of the workplace and employment relationships.
Labour Market - Centre for Economic Performance, The London School of Economics & Political Studies
Most of the population depend, directly or indirectly, on the labour market for their livelihood. Hence, the functioning of the labour market is of crucial importance for material well-being and for the performance of economies. Research in the labour programme evaluates the effect of labour market institutions and policy interventions and looks at new trends in the labour market and how these changes affect different types of employers and employees.
Canadian Labour Unions Archives:
Canadian Labour Unions
Compiled by University of Toronto since March 2006. The page provides "[a] collection of the documents published on the websites of Canada's public sector unions, private sector unions, and labour federations. The collection is national in scope. Most websites include administrative and organizational information, press releases and newsletters, and collective bargaining information (including some collective agreements)."