March 9, 2015

On Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada released an interesting decision in Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission discussing the test for constructive dismissal. Sean Bawden reviews the case and the two paths to constructive dismissal in his blog, Labour Pains:


Changes to the Canada Labour Code’s holiday pay rules are coming into effect March 16:


The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal ruled recently that the termination of long-term disability benefits for workers over age 65 does not infringe the Human Rights Code. Similar provisions exist in the Alberta Human Rights Act that permit the termination of such benefits in Alberta:


Stuart Rudner on the importance of consideration to ensure an employment contract is enforceable:

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