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By Philip E. Graham
On January 1, 2018, a number of amendments to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 ("ESA") came into effect under Bill 148.
By Nancy Shapiro
The Michaels v. Red Deer College decision of the Supreme Court of Canada from 1976 held that employees pursuing wrongful dismissal damages have a duty to mitigate their damages.
By Nancy Shapiro
In a decision released May 31, 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal made clear that the passage of time shall not in and of itself be treated as a bar to the order of reinstatement.
By Hassan Ahmad
Despite its protracted procedural history, the facts in Kaynes are not complicated.
By Murray Gold
On June 20, 2016, Canada's Finance Ministers reached an historic agreement to improve core retirement income benefits under the CPP.
By Arleen Huggins
The Supreme Court of Canada recently overturned a controversial decision of the Federal Court of Appeal (Koskie Minsky LLP Employment Blog February 9, 2015).
By Nancy Shapiro
When an employee is terminated from their employment, the employee has a duty to mitigate his/her damages by seeking alternative employment.
By Christine Westlake
In a recent case before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal an employee alleged that he was discriminated against in the course of his employment on the basis of disability.