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Interfered With

A person can be interfered with or intimidated [contrary to s. 11(1)(a) of the Trade Union Act, R.S.S. 1978, c. T-17] without their free will being compromised or expropriated. In such circumstances it simply means the interference or the intimidation did not work.

(SEIU-West v. Saskatchewan Assn. of Health Organizations (2015), 266 C.L.R.B.R. (2d) 41, 2015 CarswellSask 484, 2015 C.L.L.C. 220-055, 2015 SKQB 222 (Sask. Q.B.) at para. 50 Laing J.)
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