The Ontario government announced in its 2007 budget that it would increase the minimum wage incrementally, the last hike to occur in March 2010. In March 2009, Premier McGuinty met with business leaders in a private, behind closed doors meeting saying that he might cancel the remaining increases given economic conditions.

| May 26, 2014

The Ontario government announced in its 2007 budget that it would increase the minimum wage incrementally, the last hike to occur in March 2010. In March 2009, Premier McGuinty met with business leaders in a private, behind closed doors meeting saying that he might cancel the remaining increases given economic conditions. News of this leaked out. Pressed by reporters to explain his apparent flip flop, he said When we talk about the minimum wage, we have to ask ourselves what it is that we owe both our workers and employers. I think clearly we owe them fairness. Our commitment was to get the $10.25 an hour one year from now and we will honour that commitment.
Using the court’s definition and explanation of the factors to be considered in deciding what level of procedural fairness is owed in any given circumstance, discuss the fairness issues arising in this scenario. Further, who are the “stakeholders” i.e. the workers, employers, the broader public or all of the above? How if at all does the duty of procedural fairness differ as applied to the various stakeholders?
Relax, think creatively and take this opportunity to ponder concepts which are critical not just in administrative law, that is, in relation to governmental decision making, but also in the context of the broader political, social and economic landscape.

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