Ire431 chapter 40: unfair labor practices and the right to organize. Restrictions prohibing various forms of unfair labor practices were included in. 1940s and 1950s collective bargaining legislation and remain a fundamental pillar of the emerging right to organize. The supreme court of canada has recognized that in order to exercise the right to organize, employees require statutory protection from employer threats and reprisals. In the 2001 decision of dunmore v. ontario (attorney general), the supreme court noted that prior to the enactment of modern unfair labor practice provisions, The freedom to organize would amount to no more than the freedom to suffer serious adverse legal and economic consequences . The substance of unfair labor practice provisions regulating employer behavior. The wartime labor relations order, or order in council pc1003 was passed in. 1944 in canada and established the basic framework of the wagner act in this country.