22.1 Are there other specific regulatory agencies that govern this company (such as the CNSC in the nuclear industry or health care regulations in hospitals and nursing homes)?
22.2 List any incidents or violations.
22.3 List any legal actions taken or pending against the company.
22.4 List any charges in union status.
Use industry publications to identify if there are regulatory agencies that govern your target employers. Workers may also know about specific regulators. A Canadian News Search may also provide insights.
The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) develop many industry standards in Canada.
You can find Labour Board decisions at CanL11, which is a clearinghouse of legal decisions at the federal and provincial levels.
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