Labour and Employment Communiqué

Four hands bring together white puzzle pieces

January 21, 2020

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Dismissal for delay in a human rights complaint

Amy Groothuis

Case Comment: Burke v Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, 2019 SKQB 339 In 2015, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (the “Commission”) received a complaint naming Gregory Burke as well as two corporate employers as respondents.  At the time, Mr. Burke was...

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Saskatchewan litigants must “pick a lane”

Amy Groothuis, Daniel LeBlanc

Saskatchewan has so many administrative tribunals that they have formed an Association of their own. While some questions can only be answered by one particular tribunal, in many instances tribunals have “shared jurisdiction” over issues. For example, jurisdiction over The...

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