What is CIRA?
The Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) is a diverse network of people from across Canada and around the world interested in promoting research, discussion and education in the field of work, labour, employment and industrial relations.
CIRA sponsors conferences, encourages high quality research and practice ...
Employer: Ted Rogers School of Management (Ryerson University)
Employer: Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services
Employer: Cornell University
Employer: Red Deer College
Employer: Carleton University
Employer: Hamilton Health Sciences
Employer: City of Toronto
Employer: University of Alberta
Employer: Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Services
Employer: Center for Labour-Management Relations, Ryerson University
Employer: Civic Service Union 52
Employer: Ministry of Labour (Ontario)
Employer: Toronto District School Board
Employer : Ontario Ministry of Education
Employer: Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan
Employer: City of Saskatoon
Employer: Université Laval
Employer: University of Ottawa
Employer: Grand & Toy
Employer: School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State University
Employer: Toronto District School Board (TDSB)
Journal: Interventions économiques / Papers in Political Economy
Employer: Canadian Pacific
Employer: Peel District School Board
Employer: Ontario Provincial Police Association
Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations
RI/IR Journal is the top academic journal in the field of Industrial Relations in Canada and is officially recognized by the Canadian Industrial Relations Association...
The Supreme Court of Canada comes to the CIRA annual conference.
May 2-4, 2018, ESG-UQAM (School of Management of the University of Quebec in Montreal)
Retired Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin and retired Justice Louis LeBel will accept the 2018 Canadian Freedom of Association Award, presented by Dr. Roy adams, and join legal experts
in a panel discussion on justice in the workplace.