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By Adrian Miedema
A trucking company should have offered a tanker truck driver fresh training before asking him to pull a 53′ refrigerated trailer...
By Kris Miks, Lucas Tomei
Securities regulatory authorities in each of Ontario, Québec, Alberta, Manitoba, and New Brunswick published a notice setting out the recent experiences and approach of Staff in Ontario and Québec in reviewing insider bids, issuer bids, business combinations and related party transactions...
By Lisa Hartman
The amendments add "gender identity or expression" as prohibited grounds of discrimination in the Canadian Human Rights Act.
By Kim Martyn
The acquisition of Summit ESP strengthens Halliburton's artificial lift portfolio for its global customers.
By Adrian Miedema
An arbitrator has stated that the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act does not make employers "answerable to their employees for harassment to which they have been subjected by fellow employees or managers".
By Heather Di Dio
If you're an employer or administrator of an Ontario-registered pension plan, you'll be interested to know that the Financial Services Commission of Ontario recently published a detailed report...
By Tony Schweitzer, Jesse Brodlieb, Mark Woltersdorf, Marc-André Bélanger, Marie-Claire Dy, Jehad Haymour
On July 18, 2017, the Federal Government released a package of tax measures aimed to "improve fairness", "close loopholes" and limit tax planning strategies that involve the use of private corporations.
By Cristina Wendel
We previously reported on the acquittal of a Saskatchewan employer after a worker died of suffocation in a grain terminal.
By Ian Wachowicz, Lorena Harris
On July 13, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) unanimously reaffirmed that a corporation's directors may be personally liable in an oppression action, and set out the criteria...
By Adrian Miedema
A boom truck operator who pleaded guilty to an Occupational Health and Safety Act charge after a workplace fatality, has had a criminal negligence charge against him stayed by the court.
By Peter Stockburger
According to a new joint report issued by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)...
By Adrian Miedema
An Ontario company has lost its argument that an Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecution should be ended before the company called any evidence at trial.
By Adrian Miedema
A student's history of violent outbursts justified a teacher's work refusal, the Ontario Labour Relations Board has decided.
By Mary Picard
A helpful change to Ontario pension law has come into effect, coincident with the arrival of patio season.
By April Kosten, Barbara Johnston QC
On June 15, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Stewart v Elk Valley Coal Corp. (2017 SCC 30). This is a landmark decision, reinforcing the right of employers to take proactive risk...
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