Labour arbitrator has exclusive jurisdiction over human rights disputes arising under collective agreement, Supreme Court of Canada rules

Overturning a decision of the Manitoba Court of Appeal, a 6–1 majority of the Supreme Court of Canada held that a human rights adjudication panel... More




Comedian's routines targeting child singer's disability repugnant but not discriminatory, Supreme Court of Canada holds in split decision

In a case that pitted the rights of a boy with a disability who achieved celebrity for his highly publicized singing performances against those of... More




Lifting an interim injunction against hospitals, Ontario judge rules that challenges to mandatory vaccination policy must be determined at arbitration

When a major hospital network in Toronto adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy applicable to all of its employees, an Ontario judge granted an emergency... More

















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