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News / CAUT joins the fight against Alberta Bill 32

News / CAUT joins the fight against Alberta Bill 32

CAUT officially joined a coalition of labour and employee associations in challenging Bill 32 in Alberta. The legislation contains several restrictions on the activities of unions that experts say violate Charter rights to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.

“This Bill is regressive and will have a substantial, negative impact on workers of the province and if allowed to stand would have significant national ramifications,” said CAUT President Brenda Austin-Smith.”

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