Industrial inquiry commission – Successorship in the forest sector

18.11.21|

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18.11.21

On November 17, 2021, the Minister of Labour appointed Vince Ready and Amanda Rogers to form an industrial inquiry commission (IIC). The IIC is tasked with recommending ways to protect workers when contract tendering and the transfer of cutting and timber-harvesting rights fall outside of the successorship provision in Section 35 of the Labour Relations Code.

To find out more, including the Terms of Reference for the IIC, we have included this link to the BC Government’s news release: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021LBR0033-002187

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