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Back in June of last year we wrote about an Ontario Court of Appeal decision that was, in a word, “troubling”, for employers: Waksdale ...
Premier Doug Ford commenced his press conference this afternoon by declaring that, "Today we're seeing some sunlight break through the clouds.&rdqu...
Tort law – the law of civil (as opposed to criminal or contractual) wrongs and losses – rarely arises in a workplace context. It is eve...
In Yee v Hudson’s Bay Company, 2021 ONSC 387, an Ontario Court issued a ruling in what may seem like a very standard case of reasonable notic...
A recent Supreme Court of Canada (the “Court”) decision reinforced the employer’s duty of good faith and honesty in all contractu...
As employers continue to grapple with managing the risk of COVID-19 in the workplace, it is unsurprising that we are beginning to see arbitrators w...
In response to a doubling in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, the real and looming threat of the collapse of the province's hospital system ...
It may be modest to say that 2020 was an eventful year for employers with significant changes to workplace legislation both provincially and federa...
A recent decision from Arbitrator Brian Keller in Garda Security Screening Inc. v. IAM, District 140 (Shoker Grievance),  O.L.A.A. No. 162 de...
The much anticipated news of stricter lockdowns across Ontario has arrived. This afternoon Doug Ford announced that Ontario ...
In a move that gives employers some certainty as we head into the New Year, the Ontario government has extended O. Reg 228/20: Infectious Disease E...
As Canadians anxiously await the arrival of approved vaccines for COVID-19, employers and employees are beginning to examine how this might impact ...
Every year the team at CCPartners provides our readers with tips for navigating the holiday season, and in particular holiday parties, without invi...
A recent New Brunswick Court of Appeal decision underlined the significance of alleging cause at the time of the termination, not after.
I am writing this blog on November 25, 2020. Christmas is one month away. Access to an effective COVID-19 vaccine is … well cert...
When it comes to termination of employment and wrongful dismissal, the case law in recent years has, to put it mildly, not generally favoured emplo...
Ontario is making changes to its colour-coded COVID-19 system and putting several regions into the red "control" zone which has more severe restric...
In Fraser v. Canada (Attorney General), 2020 SCC 28 (“Fraser”), the Supreme Court of Canada put the interpretation of the right to equa...
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced a new classification system for local public health units beginning Saturday November 7, at 12:01am. Toronto wi...
Given that COVID-19 cases in Ontario are consistently hovering around 800 new cases per day – it is understandably difficult to imagine a fut...
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