In Canada, labour arbitrators routinely adjudicate statutory claims that involve “employment-related statutes,” includinghuman rights legislation. This article discusses the approach taken by advocates, arbitrators, and the courts to these claims, including the scope of review and the relationship between the grievance arbitration and the Human Rights Tribunal.
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