The website nonunion.ca has been established as a public service by Toronto-based law firm LeNoury Law
The firm of LeNoury Law represents a wide range of private and public sector employers and individual employees with respect to employment and labour employment and labour relations legal matters. Principal James LeNoury was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1992 and has specialized in employment and labour law since that time.
James headed the legal team which represented Joe Wilson in the Supreme Court case Joseph Wilson versus Atomic Energy of Canada Limited which reconfirmed the rights and abilities of non-unionized employees of federally regulated businesses to seek reinstatement with back pay or other forms of compensation before independent labour arbitrators.
In addition to providing full consultation and representation in judicial and administrative forums, (see Services) James presents seminars to client groups on a variety of employment, occupation and workplace safety and insurance issues.
Prior to attending law school James completed a Masters of Counselling Psychology Degree and worked as a crisis counsellor, and child and family therapist at childrens mental health centres in Ontario.
James represented the Association of Local Public Health Agencies before the Walkerton Water Inquiry.