anygivendayns.com

Website created and supported by Merit of Nova Scotia, an association of open shop contractors in Nova Scotia.

October 2014

Task -- to write website copy explaining, in everyday terms, the differences between Parts I and II of the Nova Scotia Trade Union Act and to outline Merit's proposals for changing the Act to make it fairer to construction workers and contractors.

Target audience -- Media, contractors, small business owners, government officials including Members of the Legislative Assembly

Scope -- The website needed to explain in detail the differences between Parts I and II of the Nova Scotia Trade Union Act and outline how the Act treats construction and non-construction workers differently when it comes to union certification. It also needed to explain how this different treatment plays out in real life. In addition, the website had to explain Merit's suggestions for changes to the Act and explain arguments for and against such changes as well as outline pubic opinion on the subject of the union certification of companies.

Resources -- I was provided with a legal opinion, a letter to a minister, and a PowerPoint Presentation on the topic. I also discussed the topic in depth with the client.

Check out the website yourself at http://www.anygivendayns.com/

 

 

 

 

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