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What To Expect In Class Action Law In 2019
The Supreme Court of Canada and other courts of appeal heard cases in 2018 that dealt with important issues in class action practice that are currently under reserve.
Canada
29 Jan 2019
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10 Key Differences Between Canadian And U.S. Employment Laws
An employer with operations in multiple jurisdictions is still required to meet local employment law standards, regardless of where its head office is located.
Canada
28 Aug 2018
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Canada Establishes Ombudsperson To Investigate Allegations Of Human Rights Abuses By Canadian Corporations Abroad
The CORE's mandate will initially focus on the mining, oil and gas and garment sectors, but may expand to other sectors in the future.
Canada
29 Jan 2018
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Free, Prior And Informed Consent In Canada: Towards A New Relationship With Indigenous Peoples, Part I - Introduction
The Declaration sets out a statement from the international community on the manner in which international human rights law should apply to Indigenous people.
Canada
19 Jul 2016
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Free, Prior And Informed Consent In Canada: Towards A New Relationship With Indigenous Peoples, Part III - Aboriginal Rights In Canada
Roughly in parallel with the evolution of the obligation of free, prior and informed consent at the international level, Canada's courts have developed a robust set of constitutional principles...
Canada
18 Jul 2016
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Effective Date for Changes to Ontario’s Human Rights System Announced
The Ontario Human Rights Code Amendment Act, which received royal assent on December 20, 2006, introduced the most significant changes to the Human Rights Code since its introduction in 1962.
Canada
14 Nov 2007
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Human Rights and Security Interests: Suresh v. Canada and its Uncertain Legacy
The Supreme Court of Canada is rightly praised worldwide for its jurisprudence respecting the protection of individual rights. Its constitutional work, particularly in the area of equality rights, has been described recently by the distinguished American legal scholar Owen Fiss as "profound and inspiring," providing "Americans with a standard by which to measure the work of our own Supreme Court."
Canada
15 Jul 2005
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