A reminder and demonstration of the circumstances that significantly increase the likelihood of a jail sentence for employers.
The proposed changes, which may be pushed through into law quickly, will significantly impact both union and non-union employers.
The Bill contains extensive amendments to the ESA, a significant development with far reaching cost and operational implications for employers.
In this article we review what the Court says was – and was not – permissible under human rights law as the employer wrestled with a question facing many workplaces: who should we accommodate first?
This article provides highlights of the changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000, Labour Relations Act, 1995 and the Pension Benefits Act.
As of March 1, 2019, the WSIB’s new policy will apply to all requests for entitlement to medical marijuana. Prior to this, the WSIB was adjudicating on a case-by-case basis.
This article provides a brief review of the proposed Act and the feedback requested by the Ministry of Labour.
On December 30, 2018 the CPTPP came into force presenting new opportunities for facilitating the temporary entry of “business persons” into Canada.
Neil A. Ornstein
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Mark D. Mills
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Paul McLean, is quoted in the Vancouver Sun article entitled Speaker Offers to Rescind Gag Orders on Fired B.C. Legislature Staff
Katie Van Nostrand, authors article for Ius Laboris entitled Timing in Canada Immigration.
Tara Erskine, contributes to article in Canadian Lawyer Entitled Undue Hardship Cited in Medical Marijuana Ruling.
Watch Laura Russell and Julie Weller explain Claim Suppression and How to Navigate its Tricky Waters via COS Magazine.
Jeremy Warning and Deanah Shelly Co-Author Article for COS Magazine Entitled Administrative Monetary Penalties Expanding
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