Supreme Court of Canada reinstates $1 million damages award, ruling that clause requiring active employment did not disentitle constructively…

In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the two-step approach to determining a dismissed employee's entitlement to bonus payments during the reasonable... More

Preventing female job-share employees from buying back pensionable service violated their Charter right to equality, Supreme Court of Canada rules

Overturning a decision of the Federal Court of Appeal, a 6-3 majority of the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the RCMP's pension plan violated... More

Manitoba legislation limiting wage increases for public sector workers over four-year period violates Charter of Rights, court holds

In a 228-page judgment, a Manitoba judge held that the province's Public Services Sustainability Act (Bill 28) infringed workers' rights to freedom of association under... More

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