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Diversonomics | Season 2 Episode 1 - Coming Attractions: A Sneak Peek At Season 2 Of Diversonomics
We are very excited about the season ahead — so much so that we couldn't wait to showcase some of the awesome things diversity champions around the world are doing. From corporate social responsibility...
Canada
19 Sep 2017
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Jordan's Principle: New Ruling Of The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
On May 26, 2017, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ("Tribunal") released a new ruling regarding the implementation of Jordan's Principle by the Government of Canada.
Canada
16 Aug 2017
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Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Key Points To Know
Following on from our recent article on the issue of modern slavery in the construction industry, we have prepared a podcast highlighting the general application of the Modern Slavery Act 2015...
UK
10 Apr 2017
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One Toke Over The Line
Canada's human rights laws offer vital protection for individuals whose personal characteristics historically pose barriers to employment and full participation in society.
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Slavery In The UK Construction Industry - A Modern Problem?
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act) was the UK's latest step towards eliminating slavery, in all its forms. Since then, many UK construction companies have reviewed their own businesses...
European Union
23 Feb 2017
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Supreme Court Of Canada Refuses To Hear Charter Challenge Of Investigative Powers In The Alberta Securities Act
The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a leave application arising from a decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal that upheld sections 42 and 46 of the Alberta Securities Act ("SA").
Canada
18 Jul 2016
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Update: Bill 173 To End Discrimination Against Indigenous Naming Traditions In Ontario
On February 25, 2016, Bill 173 was introduced into the Ontario Legislature.
Canada
20 Apr 2016
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Constitutional Challenges Bring An End To Canada's Only Provincial Cyberbullying-Specific Legislation
While we previously reported on the available statutory recourse in Nova Scotia against parents for damages caused by the cyberbullying actions of their children...
Canada
22 Jan 2016
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Nova Scotia's Cyberbullying Legislation A "Colossal Failure," Declared Unconstitutional
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia has declared the Cyber-safety Act, Nova Scotia's controversial cyberbullying legislation, to be unconstitutional.
Canada
19 Jan 2016
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2015: The SCC Year In Review
This article summarizes Gowlings' picks for the most important decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada in 2015.
Canada
6 Jan 2016
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Supreme Court Refines The Test For Damages For Non-Disclosure: Henry V. British Columbia (Attorney General)
This decision deals with the issue of whether a person who was wrongfully convicted due to a breach of his constitutional rights can claim Charter damages based on the negligent conduct of the Crown Attorney.
Canada
11 May 2015
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The SCC Rules Against Prayer At City Council Meetings
On April 15, 2015, in Mouvement laïque québécois, et al v. City of Saguenay, et al, 2015 SCC 16, the Supreme Court of Canada ended a lengthy judicial dispute that centered on private faith and state secularism in Québec.
Canada
22 Apr 2015
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Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Firearm Infractions: A Cruel And Unusual Punishment
On April 14, 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in R v. Nur, 2015 SCC 15.
Canada
21 Apr 2015
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Loyola High School’s Right To Teach From A Catholic Perspective
On March 19, 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") released its decision in Loyola High School v. Quebec (Attorney General), 2015 SCC 12.
Canada
20 Apr 2015
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Big Things Come In Small (Claims Court) Packages
Ms. Bray worked for the College for nine years as an instructor teaching classes and supervising clinics and outreach programs.
Canada
10 Mar 2015
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Size Does Matter: Québec Court Weighs In On French Language Laws
While 2014 brought a new liberal government to the province of Québec, it did not bring any respite from the enforcement of the Charter of the French Language (the "Charter").
Canada
16 Feb 2015
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Supreme Court Of Canada Strengthens Employee Association Rights In A Trilogy Of Cases In January 2015
January 2015 saw the Supreme Court of Canada issue three significant rulings about section 2(d) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Canada
12 Feb 2015
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Family Status Rights Protect Maternity And Parental Leave, Rules Ontario Court
Employers in Ontario and other Canadian jurisdictions recognize that they have to reinstate employees returning from maternity or parental leave.
Canada
12 Feb 2015
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Police Can Search Cell Phones Without Warrant During Arrest: Supreme Court Of Canada Decision In R. v. Fearon
Third, the nature and the extent of the search must be tailored to its purpose.
Canada
2 Jan 2015
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Ontario Sets Guidelines For Accommodating The Transgendered
The Ontario Human Rights Commission interprets and sets guidelines on how to fulfil the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Canada
30 Apr 2014
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