Glenn enthusiastically defends the interests of employers of all types in the NWT and Nunavut with their employment, union and human resource issues. With over 25 years of experience, Glenn provides knowledgeable, effective and proactive advice to help them avoid difficulties in the workplace. When problems arise, Glenn protects his client’s interests at the bargaining table, and when necessary, at grievance and tribunal hearings and at court. Glenn takes the time to get to know and understand his clients by working with them in the communities where they live and work.
Glenn advises and represents employers before a variety of employment tribunals, including: Canada Industrial Relations Board, Workers Safety and Compensation Commission, Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Adjudication Panel, employment standards adjudications and grievance arbitrations. He also works with northern administrative tribunals and those appearing in front of these tribunals on all aspects of administrative law and procedure.
Glenn presents to professional groups on all aspects of employment and administrative law and is an Associate Editor of the Administrative Law Review.
LL.M., University of Toronto
LL.B., Queen’s University
B.Comm (with Distinction), University of Alberta
Awards and Recognition
Leading practitioner - Employment Law and Workplace Human Rights Law, Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2015
Leader in the field - Employment & Labour Law, Chambers Global 2014
Recognized in the area of Labour and Employment Law, Best Lawyers in Canada
Community and Volunteer Activities
Treasurer, Yellowknife Speed Skating Club
Member, National Court of Adjudication, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Regularly acts as spokesperson for governments, municipalities, private businesses and not for profit employers in collective bargaining.
Conducts independent workplace harassment and other workplace investigations for employers.
Negotiates collective agreements for the teachers and unionized public servants of the Government of the Northwest Territories.
Negotiates collective agreements for the teachers and unionized public servants of the Government of Nunavut.
Counsel for the Adjudicator appointed under the Conflict of Interest Act to inquire into the conduct of the Premier of the Northwest Territories in 2008.
Represented the Government of Nunavut and a number of northern municipalities in their collective bargaining.
Investigated a number of harassment and other complaints for the Government of the Northwest Territories.
Served on a Board of Inquiry under the Education Act with respect to a teacher qualifications.
Received a decision in a termination arbitration which makes new law on amounts to be paid to unionized employees who are not reinstated.
Chairperson of the Hearing Committee appointed under the Education Staff Regulations to investigate the conduct of a teacher in the Northwest Territories.
Retained by the Office of the Interim Commissioner to provide advice with respect to labour relations and employment law for Nunavut (prior to its inception).
Represents employers before courts in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in judicial review applications from decisions of employment tribunals.
Advises a number of administrative tribunals with respect to administrative law and practice, the conduct of tribunal hearings and the writing of tribunal decisions.
Represents administrative tribunals in judicial reviews of tribunal decisions.
Appointed as a Wage Recovery Referee and Unjust Dismissal Adjudicator under the Canada Labour Code to conduct hearings into wage recovery and unjust dismissal complaints.
"Privacy Law for Northern Employers", McLennan Ross webinar
"Administration of a Collective Agreement", McLennan Ross webinar
"Northern Territories 2012 Employment Law Year in Review", McLennan Ross webinar