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Decertification
A certification may be revoked by the Administrative Labour Tribunal within certain time periods specified under the Code.
Canada
27 Sep 2017
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Un médecin jouissant de droits hospitaliers voit ses allégations d'enfreinte au Code des droits de la personne de l'Ontario rejetées
Dans l'affaire Shaver v. Queensway Carleton Hospital (2017 HRTO 685), un médecin jouissant de droits hospitaliers a accusé un hôpital de discrimination et de représailles à son endroit dans le cadre...
Canada
1 Aug 2017
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The Impact Of The Supreme Court Of Canada's Decision In The Case Of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois In The Context Of Individual And Collective Labour Relations
In October 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered an interesting decision in a case opposing a Université Laval student, Jean-François Morasse, and Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, one of the main spokespersons for the "Maple Spring" movement and representative of a coalition of student organizations named the "CLASSE".
Canada
13 Mar 2017
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Expanding The Meaning Of Employer/Employee Relationships In The "Modern Workplace"
The Supreme Court of British Columbia had to determine whether a unique contractual relationship between two corporations constituted an employer/employee relationship.
Canada
4 Nov 2016
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Labour and Employment News (June 2016)
Welcome to the June issue highlighting interesting cases and topics related to labour and employment law.
Canada
2 Jun 2016
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A "Dependent Contractor" Got What…??
A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a lower court decision awarding 26 months of notice to two individuals deemed dependent contractors.
Canada
2 Mar 2016
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Just Desserts* Or Just Cause?
By now, most of you will be familiar with the Ashley Madison scandal where hackers revealed personal information of customers of the infamous website which creates a virtual marketplace for those interested in engaging in extra-marital affairs.
Canada
4 Sep 2015
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Gender Identity And Gender Expression: New Prohibited Grounds Of Discrimination Considered By Tribunal
Gender identity and gender expression were added as protected grounds of discrimination under the Human Rights Code (the "Code") by Ontario’s Bill 33, which came into force on June 19, 2012.
Canada
28 Nov 2013
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Can A Workplace Microwave Policy Be Discriminatory?
Seema Saadi was terminated by her employer, a government-funded provider of settlement services for immigrants, just 6 weeks after she had been hired.
Canada
9 Aug 2011
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Rules That Collective Bargaining Is Protected By The “Charter”
In a landmark decision widely heralded as one of the greatest victories of the labour movement in recent memory, the Supreme Court of Canada held on June 8, 2007 that collective bargaining is a fundamental right protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ (the “Charter”) guarantee of freedom of association.
Canada
4 Dec 2007
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British Columbia Employers Beware: Employees Are Increasingly Pursuing Overtime Claims ... Sometimes In Novel Ways
As employers know, employees who are covered by British Columbia’s Employment Standards Act ("ESA") must be paid overtime when they work in excess of the hours stipulated in the ESA. What many employers may not know, however, is that in certain circumstances the Employment Standards Branch may even require compensation for overtime to employees who are not actually covered by the ESA.
Canada
26 Apr 2007
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