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Constructive dismissal in Canada

Several jurisdictions around the world permit claims for what is known as “constructive dismissal” or “constructive discharge”. In some cases those claims arise from statute and in others they arise under common law. This...more

Another Ontario Termination Clause Decision in Favour of Employees…

The Ontario Divisional Court recently affirmed the lower court’s decision in the case of Miller v. A.B.M., an important case with respect to the interpretation of termination provisions in employment contracts. Regular...more

The OHRC’s Christmas Present – A New Statement on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Ontario’s Human Rights Commission issued a statement on November 25, 2014 in relation to sexual harassment and the Ontario Human Rights Code. The statement reminds employers as to what constitutes sexual harassment as well as...more

Discrimination Due To Family Status – The Final Word?

In a just-released decision, the Federal Court of Appeal has confirmed that the ground of discrimination due to family status under the Canadian Human Rights Act includes parental obligations which engage a parent’s legal...more

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