Morning Recess Education Law Newsletter

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June 2014

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Allegation of Discrimination Not Upheld

Nadya Tymochenko

A recent 87 page decision by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal in B.C. and Durham Catholic District School Board and B.C. and Durham Regional Police Services Board, [2014] HRTO 42 (CanLII), considered an allegation of discrimination on the basis of...

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June’s Morning Recess

Please join us for our Morning Recess webinar School Board Trustees and the Procurement Process on June 19, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. presented by Drazen Bulat. What’s Coming in the New School Year In addition to regular Education Law newsletters beginning again in September, Morning...

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CASL Reminder

School Boards, School Board Foundations and School Councils are reminded that Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (“CASL”) takes effect on July 1, 2014.  For a brief overview of the implications for the education sector, see our March, 2014 Education Law Newsletter “CASL is here.  Are...

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Is 5th Disease Back?

Nadya Tymochenko

The Supreme Court of Canada in Dionne v. Commission scolaire des Patriotes, [2014] SCC 33 (CanLII) recently upheld an appeal from the Quebec Court of Appeal regarding the withdrawal from duties of a pregnant occasional teacher concerned about contracting 5th disease. This...

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