Month: March 2021
We outline the basis of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to uphold the constitutionality of the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Protection Act.
In this webinar, Vanora, Adriel and Dan looked at what unions need to know so they can assist members who are or may be facing criminal proceedings.
Uber has announced that it will lobby Canadian governments to exempt its drivers from employment protections. Steven Barrett and Josh Mandryk tell us why that’s bad for gig workers and what systemic legal reforms are needed to properly protect them.
Once an employer has achieved pay equity, it must periodically revisit its compensation practices to make sure that new wage gaps do not emerge. A recent Court of Appeal decision confirms that maintenance for pay equity plans achieved using a proxy comparison requires ongoing reference to male comparators.
If you are a non-unionized employee in Ontario, what are your rights if you are dismissed? This post is a Wrongful Dismissal 101 for employees covered by the Ontario Employment Standards Act.
Ontario’s pay equity laws aim to ensure that work traditionally done by women is paid the same as work traditionally done by men. Danielle Leon Foun Lin and Willow Petersen explain how you can apply these laws to eliminate wage gaps.
The law is not simple when it comes to proving that a dog is a service animal. Kelly Doctor discusses how you can make sure that your dog is able to support you when you need it most.