Is there a recourse directive that retroactively retroactively awards retroactive pay to an employee?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Macklai v. Canada (Revenue Agency), 2010 FC 528 (CanLII):

Nor was the question a legal one because it involved interpretation of the employee’s de facto contract of employment as was the case in Appleby-Ostroff v. Attorney General of Canada, 2010 FC 479. The recourse directive, even if it became part of the applicant’s terms and conditions of employment, did not address the precise question at issue, the awarding of retroactive pay.

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