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By Kyle Lambert, Paul Boshyk
The federal government is proposing significant changes to the Canada Labour Code ("Code"), the employment standards legislation affecting federally regulated employers.
By W. Brad Hanna, FCIArb., Andrae J. Marrocco, Adriana Rudensky, Mitch Koczerginski, Lauren Ray
In the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in PQ Licensing the Court considered whether the mandatory mediation process prescribed by a franchise agreement impacted the limitation period...
By Kristen Pennington, Mitch Koczerginski
After more than three years of consultation and anticipation, the big day has finally arrived. As of November 1, 2018, organizations subject to PIPEDA are, in certain circumstances, required to:
By Kyle Lambert, Dave McKechnie
On October 23, 2018, the Government of Ontario has put forward legislation, titled the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (Bill 47), through which it intends to repeal several of the major changes ...
By Kyle Lambert, Melanie Paradis
•Employers will no longer be required to pay part-time, agency staff, and full-time employees at the same rate for the same work.
By Jason A. Chertin, Kelly Kan
On September 13, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") published a notice and request for comment outlining Proposed Amendments to National Instrument 81-105 Mutual Fund Sales Practices
By Natalie Cuthill
Yes and no. Marijuana impairment can be detected through visible signs and confirmed by a biological test; however, the more useful metric of functional impairment cannot be reliably measured.
By Kyle Lambert
To the point of undue hardship.
By Grace Shaw
The short answer is: it depends. On the face of it, an employee who is impaired at work has likely violated their employment contract in some fashion (for example, a requirement to be fit to perform their job duties).
By Stefanie Di Francesco
The failure to declare cannabis is a further offense.
By Marina Tran
On October 10, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") published CSA Staff Notice 51-357 Staff Review of Reporting Issuers in the Cannabis Industry (the "CSA Notice 51-357"), which summarizes a review of 70 reporting issuers' ...
By Gordana Ivanovic
In certain circumstances an individual employee who has an alcohol or drug problem may be tested BUT random testing is not automatic.
By Peter Wells, C.S., Christie Bates
The renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement among Canada, Mexico and the United States is a lengthy and complex document.
By Michael Burns, Leila Rafi, Shahen Mirakian, Jason A. Chertin, Margaret McNee, Alex Bruvels, Jeffrey P. Gebert
The Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA") have published the long awaited and much anticipated final version of amendments introducing a "liquid alternatives" regulatory regime in Canada (the "Final Rules").
By Jonathan O'Hara, Geoffrey Kubrick, Robert Wisner, Mark Resnick
Late in the evening of the last Sunday in September, 14 months after President Trump triggered complex and contentious North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiations, a new deal was announced.
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