Supreme Court decision on randomized alcohol testing
The Supreme Court of Canada released this morning its decision in Irving Pulp & Paper Limited v. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada, Local 30 dealing with random alcohol testing in a workplace. It held that a unilaterally imposed...
Ontario Court of Appeal rules on the composition of Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committees
Those Ontario employers who are provincially regulated in labour and employment matters will, if they engage independent contractors and/or workers from temporary agencies, wish to consider the application to their businesses of a Court of Appeal decision released on January...
The Court of Appeal Upholds Standard Termination Clause Ousting Common Law Entitlement
Workplace Health and Safety
Supreme Court of Canada Says Terminated Employee Should Have Gone Back to Work for Terminating Employer
Ontario Court of Appeal Adopts Restrained Approach to Wallace Damages
R v. Transpavé Inc.
An Update on the Current Developments under the Occupational Health & Safety Act
Case Comment: Hospital Acquitted of Charges Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Recent Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada Decisions Address Aggravated and Punitive Damages in Both Unionized and Non-Union Workplace
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