Fonds RC0292 - Saul J. Frankel and the Royal Commission on Employer-Employee Relations in the Public Services of New Brunswick

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Saul J. Frankel and the Royal Commission on Employer-Employee Relations in the Public Services of New Brunswick

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  • 1966-1967 (Creation)

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62.5 cm of textual records and sound recordings.

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Saul Jacob Frankel was born in Montreal on 6 August 1917. Educated at McGill University he obtained his Ph.D. in 1958. He joined the Political Science Department at McGill in 1954 and taught there until 1969, rising to the rank of Professor. During 1966-1967 he chaired the Royal Commission on Employer-Relations in the Public Services of New Brunswick. He moved to McMaster University where he became Dean of Social Sciences from 1969-1976. From 1976 to 1987 he served as a full-time Board member and Adjudicator of the Public Services Staff Relations Board in Ottawa. He died in 1992.

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The fonds contains Dr. Frankel's notes and correspondence, sound recordings of the hearings as well as various documents used in his research for the commission.

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Fonds donated by Dr. Frankel in April 1976.


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