December 3, 2014

The Ontario Supreme Court upheld on judicial review an arbitrator’s award striking down the employer’s imposition of mandatory pre-access drug and alcohol testing. The employer had complied with a direction from Suncor that all contractors providing goods and services to it in Canada must implement Suncor’s drug and alcohol testing policy. Suncor’s policy is, famously around these parts, subject to judicial review. Ryan Smith of the Edmonton office of Miller Thomson LLP wrote about the arbitrator’s award last year:


Experts and/or law professors expect Canada’s Anit-Spam Law (“CASL”) to face a constitutional challenge in 2015:


Can you record conversations at work? According to Daniel Lublin, you can if you are a party to the conversation. Recording conversations that you are not a part of is against the law and could result in charges under the Criminal Code:

 

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