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Comparison of American and Canadian grievance resolution systems. Major differences include less centralized authority in Canada (other than in interprovincial and international business); greater legal restrictions on strikes and lockouts…

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The author describes the Academy as a progenitor of arbitration as a profession. He asserts, however, that “both the arbitration process and the National Academy are in a time of…

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Unlike the United States, in Canada, arbitration of disputes under a collective bargaining agreement is not voluntary but, rather, is required by law. Concomitantly, strikes and lockouts during the term…

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