$300M Class Action Certified Against CN Rail
A Canadian First: New Pay Transparency Legislation
A NDP Minority Government? Storm Clouds on Horizon for BC Employers
Alberta Government Passes New Workplace Legislation
Alberta Introduces New WCB and Occupational Health & Safety Laws (Bill 30)
Anderson, A. Ryan
Arbitrator Agrees with Employer’s Decision to Provide “Working Notice” of Termination to Inactive Employees
Attwell, Daniel E.
Baldwin, B. Richard
Bernardo, Stephen C.
Bill 177: Significant Expansion of Mental Stress Injury Coverage for Ontario Employees
Contini, Mark D.
Craig , Matthew
Damages Reduced for Failure to Accept Recall After Improper Layoff
Defrancesco, David J.
Discrimination on the Basis of Addiction? Not Where Employee Capable of Complying with Workplace Rules
Edwards, Cheryl A.
Elect to Work Employees’ Right to Holiday Pay – In Effect for Family Day
Employer Obligations on Election Day
Employer Obligations on Election Day
Employers Beware: 24 Month "Cap" for Reasonable Notice May Not Be a Cap at All
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Ensuring Enforceable Employment Agreements: Lessons from Wood v Fred Deeley Imports Ltd.
Erskine, QC, CPHR, Tara
Family Day and Employer Obligations
Federal Court of Appeal Considers “Without Cause” Dismissals Under the Canada Labour Code
Federal Government Announces Reforms to Temporary Foreign Worker Program
Federal Government Proposes Further Reforms to Temporary Foreign Worker Program
Fiore, Christopher F.
First Round of Amendments to Bill 148 Does Not Address Many Employer Concerns
Francis, David L.W.
Historic Changes to Ontario OHSA Effective Today
Houston, Susan J.
Important Amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations Regarding Temporary Foreign Workers
Jennifer D. Wiegele
Keenan, M. Elizabeth
Law, Herbert H.B.
Legislation introduced to protect temporary help agency employees
Legislature Passes Significant Changes to Ontario’s Workplace Laws
Leone, Daniel L.
Malkin, Sara J.
Marcus M. Giacobbi
McKeown, James C.
McLean, Paul D.
Mills, Mark D.
Minister Proposes Introduction of Family Caregiver Leave
More New Obligations for Alberta Employers Starting January 1, 2018
Morrison, Joseph K.
NDP win an Alberta majority. What promises did the NDP make that could affect employers?
New Accessibility Standards Affecting Employment Now In Force
New Bill Proposes Significant Changes to Ontario’s Workplace Laws
New Regulations Concerning Bill 148
Ontario Budget Calls for Wage Freezes and Pension Reform in the Public Sector
Ontario Completes Overhaul of Workplace Laws (Bill 148)
Ontario Court Rejects Overtime Class Action
Ontario Government Raises Minimum Wage to $11.00
Ontario Ministry of Labour Cracks Down on Unpaid Internships
Ontario Moves Quickly to Overhaul Workplace Laws
Ontario Proposes Minimum Pay Rates for Government Contracts
Ontario Proposes New Family Caregiver Leave, Among Others
Ontario to Amend Employment Standards Act to Provide Leave for Organ Donors
Ontario to Increase Minimum Wage
Ontario’s Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, (Bill 148) Receives Royal Assent
Ornstein, Neil A.
Overhauling Alberta’s Workplace Laws: What Employers Need to Know about Bill 17
Phelps Q.C., William G.
Potential Amendments to Privacy Legislation Would Affect Employers' Rights and Obligations
Potential Changes to Unpaid Leave Periods in British Columbia
Proposed Amendment to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act to Provide Greater Protection for Interns and Vulnerable Workers
Recent Ontario Court Decision Reminds Employers to Tread Carefully When Announcing Plant Closures
Regulations Clarify Application of Bill 148 Changes to Construction Employees
Reminder: Minimum Wage Increases In British Columbia Now In Effect
Reminder: Ontario’s Minimum Wage Set to Rise as of October 1, 2017
Reynolds, Andrew W.
Rolph, Hal P.