SUPREME COURT HEARS WAL-MART CASE OTTAWA — Workers from a unionized Wal-Mart store that was shut down by the retailer in 2005 had their case heard by the Supreme Court of Canada last week. The workers, who had won union representation shortly before Wal-Mart Canada closed the store in Jonquierre, Quebec, argued that their rights to form a union, guaranteed under Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, were violated by the closing. They are seeking to overturn two lower court decisions in ...

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