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Tober Enterprises (1979) Ltd and HY Louie Co Limited v. United Food and Commercial Workers International Union Local 1518 2013 CanLII 34337

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The Board dismissed the claim of the Union that the franchisee and the franchisor were common employers, and dismissed the successorship application of the Union in circumstances where the franchise store opened a few blocks down the street from the corporate store, and the corporate store subsequently closed due to construction. Read the British Columbia Labour Relations Board decision: Tober Enterprises (1979) Ltd v Hy Louie Co Limited, 2013 CanLII 34337 (BC LRB)


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