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Weeding Out The Edible, Extracts And Topical Appeal
On December 20, 2018 Health Canada launched a 60-day public consultation on draft regulations to amend Schedule 4 (the "Schedule") to the Cannabis Act (the "Act") ...
Canada
14 Jan 2019
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An Update On Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) Reform
The government has not proposed any legislation at this time, so the details of any reform remain vague.
Canada
3 Jan 2019
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What Ontario Employers Need To Know From A Pay Equality Perspective
Layered upon the same are the legislated additions to the Ministry of Labour's powers under Bill 148 and Bill 203.
Canada
4 May 2018
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Bill 148 Received Royal Assent: Significant Changes To The Employment Standards Act
Employers should undertake a review of their current policies and practices to ensure they are, and will continue to be, in compliance with Bill 148.
Canada
16 Jan 2018
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Sunrise Propane Appeals Against Conviction And Fines Dismissed
On November 27, 2017 the Ontario Superior Court dismissed all appeals against conviction and sentence relating to Sunrise Propane Energy Group under both Ontario provincial environmental...
Canada
18 Dec 2017
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Bill 148: Proposed Changes To The Ontario Labour Relations Act
Lesser remedies would be eliminated as would consideration of current indicators of actual union support in determining on the appropriate remedy applicable to the circumstances.
Canada
6 Oct 2017
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Bill 148: Proposed Changes To The Employment Standards Act
Employers will be required to pay their employees equal pay for equal work regardless of whether they are full-time, part-time, temporary, seasonal or casual.
Canada
4 Oct 2017
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Redefining Skills Training For An Ageing Demographic: Higher Education Policy And Vocational Guidance
I confess that I never paid much attention to those retirement commercials. You know the ones with a distinguished silver-haired white male effortlessly swinging his golf club, or sitting on his yacht in some exotic location?
Canada
24 Apr 2017
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Fitness For Duty In The Nuclear Industry : Ontario Court Denies Injunction Restraining Random Drug And Alcohol Testing
On April 3, 2017 (ONSC 2078) Ontario Superior Court Judge Frank Marrocco denied the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 an interlocutory injunction restraining implementation...
Canada
6 Apr 2017
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Bill 132: Significant Changes To The Laws In Ontario That Employers Need To Know Regarding Sexual Violence And Harassment In The Workplace
With such assent, significant changes that every provincially regulated employer in Ontario needs to be aware of have come into force with retroactive effectiveness.
Canada
4 Apr 2017
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Workplace Safety – Serious Fines And Consequences For Unsafe Dealerships
Accidents are one of the main reasons people and companies hire lawyers. While no one likes to envision a serious accident occurring at their dealership, life is unpredictable and sometimes 'stuff' happens.
Canada
14 Mar 2017
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Makes Significant Limitations Ruling
In a decision released January 11, 2017 - Crombie Property Holdings Limited v. McColl-Frontenac Inc. et. al - the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned a summary judgment decision...
Canada
26 Jan 2017
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Employee vs Independent Contractor (Does It Really Matter?)
Organizations and individuals often perceive advantages to casting their relationship as a "fee for service" arrangement instead of an "employer-employee" arrangement.
Canada
28 Oct 2014
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C.D. Howe And HOOPP And The CPP
The C.D. Howe Institute has issued a new paper: "Helping Canadians Save for Retirement: How the Province Could Adapt the Canada Supplementary Pension Plan."
Canada
31 Mar 2014
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Federally Regulated Employers Can Now Dismiss Employees 'Without Cause'
In a momentous decision that overturns 35 years of arbitral case law, the Federal Court has just confirmed the right of Federally regulated employers, including private sector companies and crown corporations, to dismiss their non-unionized employees on a 'without cause' basis.
Canada
16 Jul 2013
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