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I May Take No Position On What You Say, But Our Insurer Will Defend Your Right To Say It
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, MacFarlane v. Canadian Universities Reciprocal Insurance Exchange,...
Canada
1 Oct 2019
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Why Successful Emerging Tech Companies Offer Employee Stock Option Incentives
When determining the compensation packages for employees, early stage companies must be able to balance their need to recruit and retain top-level talent while maintaining ...
Canada
23 Sep 2019
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Canada
20 Sep 2019
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The Art Of Not Mixing Personal And Professional: In-House Counsel And The Request For Legal Advice
In the workplace, it's clear who we work for—our employer (that is, the company, the organization, the institution, that signs our paycheques).
Canada
31 Jul 2019
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Update On The Federal Government's Proposed Changes To The Taxation Of Employee Stock Options
In the 2019 Federal Budget released earlier this year, the federal government announced proposed changes to the Income Tax Act (Canada) (the "Act")
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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Case Comment – Modern Cleaning Concept Inc. v. Comité Paritaire De L'entretien D'édifices Publics De La Région De Québec: Independent Contractors vs. Employees
The case of Modern Cleaning Concept Inc. v. Comité paritaire de l'entretien d'édifices publics de la région de Québec, 2019 SCC 28
Canada
14 Jun 2019
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Upcoming Changes To The Employment Standards Act
The provincial Ministry of Labour has opened consultations on the Employment Standards Act and will be taking email submissions from stakeholders ...
Canada
19 Mar 2019
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The Information And Rights For Unions Under The Labour Relations Code
The recent British Columbia Labour Relations Board (the "Board") decision in Royal Road University v. Royal Roads University Faculty Association, 2018 CanLII 88451 (BC LRB) sheds light on...
Canada
31 Oct 2018
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What Employers Need To Know About The Legalization Of Cannabis
With the legalization of cannabis, employers face the challenges of creating boundaries for its use, both on the job and off the clock.
Canada
26 Oct 2018
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A Deep Dive Into Best Practices Of Workplace Investigations
There are many situations where a workplace investigation would be advisable, if not mandatory.
Canada
3 Sep 2018
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Mobilite Francophone Helps Canadian Employers Recruit High Skill Staff Without An LMIA
Mobilite Francophone is an innovative program aimed at encouraging Canadian employers outside Quebec to hire French speakers.
Canada
24 Nov 2016
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Canadian Securities Regulators Amend Early Warning Reporting Requirements
CSA announced amendments to the early warning reporting regime which take effect where a party's total holdings of a reporting issuer's securities reaches 10 per cent or more.
Canada
8 Mar 2016
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CSA Publishes Mutual Fund Research And OSC Releases Whistleblower Program
Bernard Pinsky is featured in the Advisor discussing the CSA's mutual fund research and the OSC's whistleblower program.
Canada
11 Jan 2016
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OSC Releases Whistleblower Policy For Comment
On October 28, 2015, the Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC") published proposed OSC Policy 15-601 Whistleblower Program...
Canada
12 Nov 2015
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Buyer Beware: Employee Liabilities From A Business Purchase
A purchaser of a new business often keeps on existing employees who have the knowledge to help the buyer operate the business efficiently.
Canada
13 Sep 2015
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Case Review: McCormick v. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Mr. McCormick could not avail himself of the protection afforded to employees pursuant to the BC "Human Rights Code".
Canada
27 May 2014
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Babine Sawmill Explosion Investigation - Analysis Of Issues
On January 10th of this year, the Criminal Justice Branch ("CJB") issued a statement that it would not be approving any regulatory charges against Babine Forest Products...
Canada
5 Apr 2014
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Privacy Rights And Unionized Employees
Less than a week ago, on February 7, 2014, in "Bernard v. Canada (Attorney General)", the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that it is not a violation of privacy for unions to collect personal contact information of "all" employees who pay union dues, even if such employees are not members of the union.
Canada
18 Feb 2014
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Violating Employer's Trust - Grounds For "With Cause" Termination
Dismissing an employee without notice on the basis of "cause" can only be justified by misconduct of the most serious kind and it is often difficult for employers to successfully argue a "with cause" termination.
Canada
5 Aug 2013
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Federal Court Upholds Hiring Of Temporary Foreign Workers
In a recent decision, the Federal Court of Canada has dismissed a union challenge to the hiring of 201 foreign nationals by a Canadian mining company.
Canada
24 May 2013
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