Evan Campbell

Associate | Guelph

519.780.4634

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Evan Campbell provides proactive advice and representation to employers regarding all aspects of labour relations and employment law.

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Evan Campbell provides an Employment Law Update to the HR Peer-to-Peer Group of the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce.

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Lindsay Doyle and Evan Campbell present “Small Claims 101” at the Guelph Chamber of Commerce.

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Carol VandenHoek and Evan Campbell participate in a webinar for the KW Chamber of Commerce on the topic of “Employment Law Update, Health & Safety and AODA Compliance.”

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SWO Labour & Employment Webinar

Carol VandenHoek and Evan Campbell host a Labour & Employment webinar on the topic of “Upcoming Changes to the Ontario Employment/Labour Law – What You Need to Know”.

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Miller Thomson’s 2017 Labour Relations & Employment Law Conference

We are pleased to invite you to Miller Thomson’s complimentary Labour Relations & Employment Law Conference. Our featured speakers will provide legal and practical insights on emerging HR topics impacting the workplace. Our program has been pre-approved for 5.75 Continuing Professional Development...

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Twists and Turns of Employment Agreements

Carol VandenHoek and Evan Campbell host a Labour & Employment Webinar on the topic “Twists and Turns of Employment Agreements”, on February 28.

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SWO Labour & Employment Webinar

Carol VandenHoek and Evan Campbell host a Labour & Employment webinar on the topic of “Twists and Turns of Employment Agreements”.

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Court Confirms Employees Can Sue for Harassment

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that workplace harassment is a cause of action upon which an employee can commence a civil claim against an employer. The Decision In Merrifield v. The Attorney General, the plaintiff had been...

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Termination Clause: Money Saver or Bust

A termination provision in an employment agreement can be a valuable tool to limit the cost of terminating an employee on a without cause basis. An enforceable contractual termination clause rebuts the presumption that an employee is entitled to common...

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The Agricultural Employees Protection Act: Is marijuana an agricultural commodity?

In United Food and Commercial Workers Canada v MedReleaf Corp. the Ontario Labour Relations Board (“OLRB”) was tasked with determining whether marijuana is an agricultural commodity in relation to an application for certification under the Labour Relations Act. The United...

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The Agricultural Employees Protection Act: Is marijuana an agricultural commodity?

In United Food and Commercial Workers Canada v MedReleaf Corp. the Ontario Labour Relations Board (“OLRB”) was tasked with determining whether marijuana is an agricultural commodity in relation to an application for certification under the Labour Relations Act. The United...

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Lengthy Prison Sentence for Supervisor

On January 11, 2016 the project manager for Metron Construction was sentenced to 3 ½ years’ imprisonment for his part in the tragic 2009 accident. On Christmas Eve 2009, at the conclusion of the work day, six workers boarded swing...

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Proposed Expansion of Employer Obligations: New Workplace Sexual Harassment Laws

Employers in Ontario need to be aware of the continued evolution and expansion of their obligations relating to harassment in the workplace. The issues of sexual harassment and violence are high on the Ontario Government’s agenda. In March 2015, the...

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Employer Communication during Union Drives: The Dos and Don’ts

There is not much more frightening for employers than the possibility of becoming unionized. Upon learning of a union drive in the workplace, an employer should develop a strategic response to ensure the best chance of defeating a union’s organizing...

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Tips for Managing WSIB Claims

Dealing with the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (“WSIB”) can be a challenging and expensive process for any employer. Each claim commenced in relation to a work-related injury can have a significant financial impact on an organization. Schedule 2 employers...

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Event Announcement – EMC Food, Beverage & Bio Sector Initiative

Catherine Bate and Evan Campbell are presenting “Legislative Update: The Issues Impacting the Food Industry” on February 5, 2015 at the Institute of Food Processing Technology, Conestoga College in Cambridge, ON. The presentation will take place from 8:00 – 11:00...

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Interesting Case from Ontario – Farm Workers Denied Coroners Inquest

In Peart v the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal (“HRTO”) considered whether the Coroner’s Act was discriminatory against migrant farm workers. Ned Peart, a seasonal worker from Jamaica employed under the Seasonal Agriculture...

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Long Bridge and IDT Systems join forces

Counsel to IDT Systems Inc.

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