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By Cristina Wendel
After only two months on the job, an equipment operator/driver was terminated by his employer.
By Eric Foster, Kim Martyn
The proposed Alberta Cannabis Framework is based on the results of extensive public and stakeholder engagement, and focuses on following four policy priorities:
By Dentons LLP, Brenna Evans
Round three of the NAFTA negotiations concluded in Ottawa on September 27, 2017. Before this round...
By Adrian Miedema
Another Ontario employer has been jailed for violating the Occupational Health and Safety Act. As in some previous OHSA jail-time cases, this one involved a worker falling off a roof.
By Cristina Wendel
In March 2016, the Government of Alberta launched a formal review of the workers' compensation system and established an independent panel to examine the system and make recommendations.
By Karl Schober
On September 21st, 2017, Daniel Therrien, Canada's Federal Privacy Commissioner, tabled his annual report to Canada's Parliament today.
By Mark Woltersdorf, Joel A. Nitikman, Marc-André Bélanger, Marie-Claire Dy, Jehad Haymour, Emmanuel Sala, Tony Schweitzer
The Federal Budget, released on March 22, 2017, stated that the federal government would be reviewing tax planning using private corporations...
By Adrian Miedema
"The Town employees, both junior and senior, were alarmed, but they were alarmed too easily", the Ontario Court of Appeal has stated, in deciding that a protester outside of a town council...
By Eric Foster, Kris Miks, Andreas Kloppenborg
Under the proposed framework, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which currently controls all liquor sales in Ontario...
By Adrian Miedema
A National Attendance Management Policy implemented by Correctional Services Canada was not discriminatory, even though it "counted" absences due to illness, a federal appeals court has decided.
By Timothy Banks
On September 2, 2017, the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) published draft Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations.
By Adrian Miedema
The Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board failed to accommodate the needs of an injured worker with psychological conditions, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has decided.
By Adrian Miedema
A recent Ontario appeal decision is a reminder that courts in Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecutions can award fines higher than even the Ministry of Labour prosecutor requests.
By Gary Sollis
A deadlocked board of directors, talk of a "public flogging", and a court reluctant to intervene.
By Paul Lalonde
This report provides a high-level overview of the Summary of Objectives for the NAFTA Renegotiation (the Summary)...
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