Amy Gibson




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Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (2015)
  • JD with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2014)
  • B.Comm. with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2013)

Services and Industries

Amy Gibson carries on a general labour and employment practice.

Amy Gibson practices in the firm’s labour and employment practice group. She represents and provides guidance to provincially and federally regulated employers on a variety of labour and employment matters.

 She provides employers with strategic advice and representation  regarding union certification drives, collective bargaining, collective agreement interpretation, labour disputes, workplace policies, discipline and discharge, employment contracts, occupational health and safety, workers’ compensation, labour standards and human rights. She has experience with a variety of court and administrative proceedings as well as representing clients before the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board and in Canada Labour Code unjust dismissal adjudications. She also acts as chief negotiator in collective bargaining.

  • Director, Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) (2021-Present)
  • Former Chair (2020-2022), Vice-Chair (2018-2020), and Secretary (2016-2018) of the Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan (North) Administrative and Labour Law Section
  • Human Rights Committee Member, Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers


  • Canadian Bar Association (2014-present)
  • Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (2015-present)
  • Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) Saskatchewan (2015-present)
  • Canadian Industrial Relations Association Saskatoon Chapter (2013-present)

Amy Gibson is a regular organizer and presenter at various labour and employment seminars hosted by MLT Aikins. She has presented on topics including remote work and employee surveillance, off-duty misconduct, harassment and violence, workplace investigations, COVID-19 and vaccination policies and the duty to accommodate.

 Amy has presented to external organizations and at conferences including:

  • The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Saskatchewan (CPHR Saskatchewan) Annual Conference
  • The Conference Board of Canada (HR Council members from Western Canada)
  • The Canadian Industrial Relations Association (Saskatoon Chapter)

Amy has contributed articles to the CPHR HR Saskatchewan magazine and Canadian HR Reporter.

  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Award of Distinction for achieving the highest mark in the Saskatchewan CPLED Bar Admissions Program (2014-2015)
  • Gerda Bloemraad Prize in Immigration Law (Saskatchewan, 2014)
  • College of Law Academic Excellence Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2013)
  • P. E. Mackenzie Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2012)
  • Undergraduate Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2010)