business law

The people of Alberta are tired of Canadians from other provinces taking their
construction jobs and so the legislature of Alberta has enacted a law saying that from
now on only people who have lived in Alberta for more than two years can get a job
in the Alberta construction industry. Mark lives in Ontario but he has been seriously
considering moving to Alberta. Is there any argument Mark could make in a court to
allow him to move to Alberta and get a job in the construction industry? If so, what
arguments could the legislature of Alberta make to stop him from being successful in
court? Who do you think would be successful if the issue ended up in court, and
why?

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  1. Shawn/Brett/Anthony -- what are the legal problems in using aliases?

  2. i do not know that's why i am asking

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  3. somebody answer this question for me please

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  4. I'm sorry, but Jiskha doesn't have any regular tutors who are legal experts.

  5. really that's sucks
    why u have sections for business and law
    huh

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  6. Try your search engine to find out about Canadian employment laws and citizenship.

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  7. All Jiskha tutors are volunteers. No legal experts have volunteered to be tutors here.

  8. And note that if you are asking about Canadian law, the references I provided in earlier questions are about United States law, not Canadian. Again, use your search engine to find out more for yourself.

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