Elk Valley: Dismissal of drug-addicted employee not necessarily disability-based discrimination, Supreme Court rules

An Alberta employer dismissed an employee for breaching its drug and alcohol policy which called for treatment where disclosure of addiction occurred before an accident,... More

Class actions against Canadian minor league hockey clubs for minimum wages and overtime given green light by Ontario and Alberta courts, but appeals underway

Superior courts in Ontario and Alberta have certified that class actions can proceed against the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) and hockey leagues in Ontario, Quebec,... More

Featured Clause from Collective Agreements in Canada: Law and Language – Telework

Telework, or telecommuting, refers to a situation in which "an employee, at least on a periodic basis, fulfils his or her regularly scheduled job responsibilities... More

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