Public Sector Unionism in Canada
An analysis of the evolution of the Canadian trade union movement, with a focus on the role of women.
# 134512 | 2,750 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (History, Culture) , Canadian Studies (Gender, Race, Class issues) , Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Labor Studies (General) , Women Studies (Women and Society)
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The paper looks at two significant issues in Canadian politics: the rise (and fall) of trade unionism in this country, and the evolution of French-Canadian nationalism after 1960 - and why it reared up in the first place. Among other things, the paper examines the new-found role of women in Canadian union activities as well as the recent history of public sector unionism in the dominion; as well, at least some time is devoted to looking at what the future portends for Quebec nationalism.
From the Paper:"Discuss the evolution of the Canadian trade union movement in recent decades, in particular the rise of public sector unionism. Comment on the role played by women in the contemporary trade union movement. Answer: The evolution of the Canadian trade union has been an interesting one - to say the least - since the conclusion of the Second World War. The Trades and Labour Congress of Canada had existed for decades by this time, but the 1940s saw the emergence of the Canadian Congress of Labour, as well;..."
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