"The Tribunal is similar to a court of law, but is less formal and only hears cases relating to discrimination."
"The Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) is a national network promoting discussion, research and education in the field of work and industrial relations."
"The Canada Industrial Relations Board's (CIRB) mandate is to contribute to and promote effective industrial relations in any work, undertaking or business that falls within the authority of the Parliament of Canada."
"The Department of Justice works to develop law policy that helps ensure a fair, efficient and accessible justice system for all Canadians, and it provides legal support for the federal government."Canada Labour Code is housed with the Department of Justice.
"We develop, administer and enforce workplace legislation and regulations, such as the Canada Labour Code, which covers industrial relations, health and safety and employment standards, and the Employment Equity Act, which promotes workplace equality by removing the barriers faced by women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities while on the job. These laws cover federally regulated workers and employers.
"This Tripartite UN agency brings together governments, employers and workers of its member states in common action to promote decent work throught the world."
"Lancaster House publishes information and hosts conferences in the areas of labour and employment law."
"The Internet Legal Research Group's comprehensive resource of the law and legal profession with an emphasis on the United States of America."
"A working group of extensive experience in communications, dispute resolution, labour relations and administrative law."
"A supply of links to many useful resources that will assist non-lawyers in learning to do legal research and finding legal materials."