Lancaster House is Canada’s leading publisher of texts, serials and reference works in the field of labour, employment and human rights law. Regularly relied upon by courts, arbitrators and tribunals, Lancaster’s books, loose-leaf services, journal series and online publications have earned an unparalleled reputation for their expert commentary and analysis. They provide authoritative guidance to a wide variety of readers with a professional or personal interest in the area, including human resources personnel, union officials, labour and employment counsel, labour relations advisers, negotiators, and contract administrators.

Collective Bargaining Series

Lancaster House presents your new bargaining companion!

Introducing a paperback series on collective bargaining. These convenient texts will answer all of your questions pertaining to workplace law and contract language.

$125.00 per volume

Mental Health Disabilities at Work: A Practical Guide for Employees, Employers and Unions

By Dr. Mike Condra and Meryl Zisman Gary Authored by a clinical psychologist and a labour lawyer, Mental Health Disabilities at Work answers all of your questions.


Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal – Softcover

The Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal (CLELJ) is Canada’s foremost periodical in the field, providing in-depth analysis of key issues as well as timely commentary on major legislative and case law developments. Designed for academics, adjudicators and practitioners, the Journal is in its twenty-fourth year of publication, appearing two times a year in softcover format.

Softcover – $275
Subscription – $250

Labour Arbitration in Canada, Third Edition

Based on Lancaster’s popular service, Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration, this compact softcover text is an indispensable resource for all labour relations practitioners.


Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration Online

Now available in both online and loose-leaf formats, Leading Cases on Labour Arbitration is a pioneering work, designed to help you quickly access and navigate the maze of arbitration awards and court decisions. Leading Cases provides authoritative commentary on over 2,400 arbitration awards, court judgments and tribunal decisions, as well as hundreds of convenient case summaries.

Online Subscription (First user) – $595
Bundle of Online and loose-leaf – $795

Making a Deal: The Art of Negotiating, Second Edition

Authored by one of Canada’s leading mediators, Martin Teplitsky, this jargon-free, straight-talking book gives proven strategies for labour negotiations, including basic principles and techniques to help you be a better negotiator. Also includes new sections on interest-based bargaining and public sector dispute resolution.

Softcover – $65

Preventing Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

A practical guide to Ontario’s Bill 168 for employers, unions and employees. Designed in an easy-to-use Q&A format, this publication will help the parties achieve compliance with Ontario’s Bill 168, which requires policies and programs to deal with violence and harassment in the workplace. The Guide is written by Elaine Newman, the author of the first arbitration award interpreting and applying Bill 168 in a case involving violence at the workplace.

Softcover – $65
eBook – $55

Unionized Workplaces in Canada: Labour Laws and Contract Clauses

Unionized Workplaces is a comprehensive resource focusing on the law of unionized workplaces in Canada. It is an indispensable tool used by major unions and employers in both the public and private sectors, covering all facets of employee, union and employer rights and obligations.

E-mail Customer Service or call (416) 977-6618.
Subscription price is for one year of access and includes regular updates.

Winning Cases at Grievance Arbitration

Winning Cases at Grievance Arbitration, the revised and expanded second edition updates and clarifies the law and practice pertaining to arbitration advocacy.