Closed-door deliberations over teacher's dismissal must be disclosed, Supreme Court confirms

Upholding a decision of the Quebec Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that an arbitrator was entitled to compel three members of... More




Mining company's mandatory random drug and alcohol testing policy an unreasonable exercise of management rights, arbitrator rules

An Alberta arbitrator struck down a mining company's mandatory random drug and alcohol testing program, ruling that it was an unreasonable exercise of management rights... More




Ontario's Changing Workplaces Review releases public submissions and moves toward issuance of Interim Report

On February 17, 2015 the Ontario government appointed Special Advisors to recommend possible amendments to the Employment Standards Act and Labour Relations Act, with a... More















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