Secret ballot vote for union certification empowers workers, promotes democratic principles

Canada’s Senate may not always live up to its ideal of being the chamber of “sober second thought,” but from time to time Senators can contribute to better policy outcomes by getting their counterparts in the House of Commons to reconsider ill-conceived policies. A recent example of this is the Senate reportedly removing a provision from a federal government bill that would have been detrimental to workers by making the process of certifying a union less democratic.In its original form, Bill-C4 will end the requirement of a secret ballot vote when workers are deciding whether to approve a union as

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