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First Ontario Company Convicted Of Criminal Safety Charges: Christmas Eve Scaffold Collapse
On Christmas Eve, 2009, four workers died and a fifth was seriously injured when the scaffold they were standing on to effect repairs to the exterior of an apartment building in Etobicoke, Ontario collapsed and fell thirteen stories to the ground below.
Canada
11 Jul 2012
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Union Organization Wants Better Enforcement Of Criminal Safety Offences Under Bill C-45, Releases Guide For Police
The Canadian Labour Congress ("CLC"), an association of unions, has published a guide for police use when investigating corporate criminal negligence in cases of serious workplace injuries and fatalities.
Canada
19 Jun 2012
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68% Of Companies Plead Guilty To Occupational Health And Safety Act Charges (And 8 Other Interesting Findings)
More than two‐thirds of Ontario companies charged under the Occupational Health and Safety Act plead guilty.
Canada
30 May 2012
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Amendments To The Ontario OHSA In Force As Of April 1, 2012
Back in 2011, Ontario employers learned that the government had passed Bill 160, or An Act to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 with respect to occupational health and safety and other matters.
Canada
1 May 2012
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FMC Occupational Health and Safety Law Digest (Ontario): Brief Digests of Recent OHS Cases, Bills and Other Developments of Interest - April 2011
The Ontario government has introduced amendments to the "Occupational Health and Safety Act" resulting from the recent report of an expert panel. Bill 160 received first reading on March 3, 2011.
Canada
11 Apr 2011
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FMC Ontario Employment Law Bulletin - March 2011
In an important decision, an Ontario judge found that an employee whose pay was cut could bring a constructive dismissal suit while still actively working.
Canada
21 Mar 2011
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Key Issues in Canadian Employment Law
American businesses continue to expand north of the border, with the result that many American companies now have employees working in Canada. While the strong political, economic and cultural ties that bind Canada and the United States permit American companies to draw on their domestic business strategy when operating in Canada, the same cannot necessarily be said about American legal strategy.
Canada
21 Sep 2005
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