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In the recent decision of Northern Regional Health Authority v Horrocks the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) has ruled that a unionized ...
In The Sales Associate v. Aurora Biomed Inc. and others, 2021 BCHRT 5 the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ruled in favour of a Complainant w...
In Fraser v. Canada (Attorney General), 2020 SCC 28 (“Fraser”), the Supreme Court of Canada put the interpretation of the right to equa...
A labour arbitrator has found that a White employee’s use of anti-Black racial slurs gave the employer just cause to terminate employment, an...
As employers begin to turn their minds to reopening, it is an ideal time to revisit some basics of employment law best practices. This week, we&rsq...
Change is coming for Schedule 1 Employers who are insured under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (&...
A landmark decision of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT), Decision No. 1227/19, has taken away Judith Morningstar&rsqu...
You may recall or already know that the doctrine of frustration of contract exists, and intersects with an employer’s duty to accommod...
A recent decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario provides a stark reminder for employers that hiring policies which violate Ontario’...
By now most employers know (or should know) that accommodation is a difficult process to navigate. One of the challenges that employers must addres...
In Ajax (Town) v Ajax Professional Fire Fighters' Assn, Local 1092 (Badame Grievance),  OLAA No 238 the grievor was a pregnant firefigh...
Employers are well aware of the significant obligation imposed by the duty to accommodate under the Ontario Human Rights Code. In a recent decision...
In the recent decision Swampillai v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada the Court of Appeal was asked to consider the issue of co...
Employers have a responsibility to accommodate employees’ family status obligations up to a point of undue hardship. The Human Rights T...
A welcome decision for employers recently came to light as the Ontario Divisional Court in Katz et al. v. Clarke, 2019 ONSC 2188 ruled that frustra...
Today’s workplace has an interesting dynamic when it comes to technology and employees: while employees generally want access to all the tech...
Employers are well aware of the duty to accommodate under the Ontario Human Rights Code (“OHRC”), and any employer who has been involve...
Canadian employers are increasingly required to balance their duty to maintain a safe working environment with the duty to accommodate the use of m...
Back in 2017, we blogged about Merrifield v. the Attorney General (“Merrifield”), a decision where the Superior Court of Justice recogn...
The Ontario Divisional Court has upheld the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision of Carter v. Chrysler Canada Inc. which found that an employer w...
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