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Last year, we blogged on a particularly frustrating decision of the Ontario Superior Court which held that the otherwise legally enforceable termin...
Just cause terminations are often referred to as “capital punishment” in the Employment and Labour Law world. This is owing to the fact...
A growing number of provinces are implementing vaccine mandates requiring proof of vaccination to attend social events, participate in recreational...
As of September 22, 2021, many businesses are required to screen their patrons for proof of vaccination as a condition of entry. On the same day, t...
Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine passport system is sparking a growing conversation on what counts as a valid medical or religious exemption.
Election Day is quickly approaching and eligible voters who haven’t already cast their ballot by mail or at advance voting stations will be h...
Earlier this year, the government of Canada officially passed legislation establishing a new federal statutory holiday entitled, The National Day f...
As we blogged about previously, the Ontario and Federal governments have begun to make COVID-19 vaccination policies mandatory in certain workplace...
On Tuesday, August 17th, the Ford government announced that it is taking action to protect our most vulnerable community members from COVID-19 by r...
The Court of Appeal of Manitoba recently confirmed that there is no common law duty on an employer to investigate prior to terminating an employee ...
In the afternoon of August 13, 2021 Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced that the federal government would require all public ...
In an earlier blog post, we wrote about an Ontario decision in which the defendant employer’s conduct repudiated what otherwise might have be...
Less than three weeks ago, the Employers’ Edge blog wrote about the recent decision in Taylor v. Hanley Hospitality Inc., where the Ontario S...
In a decision that seems – at first blush – counterintuitive, Ontario’s Divisional Court recently decided that the severance prov...
Employers can implement COVID-19 testing as a condition of accessing the workplace in appropriate circumstances according to a recent decision from...
Following Iriotakis v. Peninsula Employment Services Limited, 2021 ONSC 998, a decision we wrote about in March, the Supreme Court of British Colum...
The government of Ontario has passed a regulation under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) extending the Infectious Disease Eme...
On June 2, 2021 Ontario’s Stay-At-Home order expired, signaling a small beacon of hope to the end of the pandemic for a province facing sever...
An Alberta arbitrator recently determined that the Alberta Health Services (AHS) was not in violation of the law when it held a nurse out of work w...
Ontario announced on May 31, 2021 that staff at long-term-care homes across Ontario will have to either prove they’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine,...
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