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The Canadian LabourWatch Association is pleased to give recognition to the National and Provincial Associations, as well as the Lawyers and Law Firms that have helped us in our efforts to provide quality information to Canadians faced with important questions about unionization. If you have questions about becoming a member of the Canadian LabourWatch Association go to Membership or if you would like to make a contribution go to Support Us.

Content Advisors

The Canadian LabourWatch Association is pleased to give recognition to the Lawyers and Law Firms who are our Content Advisors. They donate their time and talent to help us keep our website up to date with changes in each province and in the federal sector. They help us with changes in the legislation, regulations, Labour Relations Board procedures and forms as well as changes due to Board or Court decisions.

British Columbia
Federal and Territories
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island

Member Law Firms (Employee Advisors)

Lawyers at these firms have, in the past, advised and/or represented employees or groups of employees before Labour Boards. See their complete contact information in our Contacts section for the province they work in.

Guy Sirois (Anjou)

Complete contact information for the lawyers and law firms listed above can be found in our Contacts section.

Informed Employees | Informed Choices
Federal or Province

In most cases you will select the province where you work.

However, select "Federal and Territories", if any of the following apply:

  • You live in Northwest Territories, Nunavut or Yukon.
  • You work as a federal civil servant anywhere in Canada.
  • You work in one of the following industries:
    • airports or air transportation
    • broadcasting - radio, television or cable television
    • telecommunications
    • banking
    • fisheries (but only if your business relates to the protection and preservation of fisheries as a natural resource)
    • shipping and navigation (including loading and unloading vessels)
    • grain handling
    • uranium mining and processing
    • certain federal crown agencies
  • You work in one of the following industries AND (a) your activities connect one province to another OR (b) extend beyond the limit of one province:
    • air transport
    • canals
    • ferries, tunnels and bridges
    • highway transport of good or passengers
    • railway transport of goods or passengers