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Can't Have Your Cake And Eat It Too: No Wrongful Dismissal Damages If Disability Benefits Paid
In Belanger v Western Ventilation Products Ltd, 2019 ABQB 571, a Master of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench found that an employee who became disabled after his notice of termination
Canada
24 Sep 2019
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How Dependent Must A Dependent Contractor Be?
The distinction between employees, independent contractors, and dependent contractors is a well-established part of Canadian employment law.
Canada
6 Sep 2019
3
You're Fired: Here's Your Bonus
If an employee is fired for just cause are they entitled to their performance bonus for the months worked in that year?
Canada
5 Aug 2019
4
Reality Check: Can You Contract Out Of Being An Employer?
With great power comes great responsibility. Certainly this is true of employer-employee relationships, where the power imbalance generally
Canada
17 Jul 2019
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Alberta Human Rights Tribunal Renders Landmark Costs Award Against Complainant
Former contractor's unsupported discrimination complaint viewed as an abuse of human rights process;
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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Human Rights Tribunal Renders Landmark Costs Award Against Complainant
In Facey v Bantrel Management Services Co., 2019 AHRC 4 the Alberta Human rights Tribunal made a watershed costs award against a complainant
Canada
17 Jun 2019
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Recent Developments In Family Status Accommodation: A Three-Headed Monster Of Approaches?
Recent cases dealing with the protected human rights ground of "family status" provide employers with some additional guidance.
Canada
14 Jun 2019
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Heads Up: Labour + Employment Laws Are Changing Again
On Monday May 27, the UCP-led Government of Alberta introduced Bill 2: An Act to Make Alberta Open for Business.
Canada
12 Jun 2019
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Ontario Court Of Appeal: No Independent Tort Of Harassment … Yet
Merrifield v The Attorney General, 2019 ONCA 205, represents the first case in which a Canadian appellate court has considered whether a common law tort of harassment exists.
Canada
1 Apr 2019
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Maintaining Permanent Residency When Faced With A Departure Order
In order to maintain a permanent residency in Canada, residents must be physically present in Canada for at least 730 days (2 years) in every 5-year period
Canada
29 Mar 2019
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Good Character: An Important Regulatory Tool Even In An Age Of Labour Mobility
In applying for registration in Alberta, Dr. Lum submitted reference letters attesting to his good character.
Canada
28 Mar 2019
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A New Approach To The Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy: R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10
Though it emerges in a criminal law context, the new decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 is likely to have an impact on future cases that consider the scope of an individual's privacy interest, whether in the criminal or civil sphere.
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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The #MeToo Movement And Interim Measures
In Ryerson University and Ryerson Faculty Association, a recent case out of Ontario, an arbitrator was asked to consider the appropriateness of interim measures imposed on an employee ...
Canada
21 Feb 2019
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The Long And Winding Road To Accommodation - How Long Is Too Long?
After a lengthy period of time off work, a school board failed to accommodate a teacher with their return to work within a suitable time.
Canada
30 Jan 2019
15
2018 A Year In Review Seminar Series
The Field Law Labour and Employment Group presents the annual Year in Review seminars in Calgary and Edmonton. Join us for legal updates and practical challenges for management and employee groups in the areas of:
Canada
16 Jan 2019
16
2018 Year In Review For Northern Employers
Join Field Law for a review of the most important legal cases from 2018. Topics covered will include:
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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Health Canada Unveils Proposed Edibles Legislation
Health Canada launched a public consultation on its proposed regulations governing cannabis edibles today and stated that the legal sale of cannabis edibles will be permitted no later than October 17, 2019.
Canada
3 Jan 2019
18
'Tis The Season: Holiday Parties + Employer Obligations
The holiday season has arrived, and with it many employers will celebrate the year with their staff. To ensure that everyone has a safe and joyous time ...
Canada
21 Dec 2018
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Bill 21 – An Act To Protect Patients
In June of 2018, Alberta Health issued a Discussion Document indicating that the Government was considering amendments to the Health Professions Act (HPA) to better protect patients from sexual abuse by health professionals.
Canada
23 Nov 2018
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Precise Language Needed To Override Reasonable Notice
It is fairly common for a written employment agreement to seek to limit an employee's termination notice to the minimum amount prescribed under employment standards legislation
Canada
23 Nov 2018
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