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Member of the Executive Committee of the Firm. Focuses on Labour and Employment law. Tracey represents clients before labour boards, administrative tribunals and the courts. Assists businesses in drafting and negotiating collective agreements and employment contracts.

Acts as independent investigator to a number of organizations. These investigations often relate to respectful workplace, sexual harassment and personal harassment complaints.


Lectures, Speeches and Publications:

  • Author, "Why Have Written Policies and Procedures?: Clear expectations mean less inconsistency for your company", Manitoba Heavy Construction Association Groundbreaker Magazine, November 2015
  • Former Instructor, Business Law, Red River Community College           
  • Regular Presenter on labour, employment and human rights issues before businesses, business groups and community organizations
  • Presenter, Computer monitoring in the workplace
  • Contributing Author on numerous texts, periodicals and newsletters 



  • Past Chair, Employment Standards Code Sub-Committee, Labour Legislation Committee, Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Member, Manitoba Department of Labour and Immigration Minimum Wage Board
  • Member on various community/charitable boards and active in both local education and recreation organizations 


Memberships and Associations:

  • Law Society of Manitoba
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Manitoba Bar Association
  • Association of Workplace Investigators


Academic and Professional:

  • Listed in Benchmark Canada 2016 Report as a Litigation Star for Aboriginal, Labor and Employment, Medical Malpractice
  • Listed in Best Lawyers® as one of Canada’s top lawyers for Labour and Employment Law
  • Listed in Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory for Labour (Management)

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