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Commentary/11 December 2020

"One Size Does Not Fit All When it Comes to a Termination"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses the importance of seeking advice after being terminated to avoid making costly mistakes an... Read More
Analysis/6 October 2020

Analysis of Bill 195

Just posted to our publications page is an analysis of the impact on the collectively bargained rights of employees of Ontario’s Bill 195 "Reope... Read More
Commentary/15 September 2020

"Meeting the Challenges of Unionizing a Workplace"

In today's Legal Matters' commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses how unionizing a workplace can have its benefits but it’s important to follow the pr... Read More
Commentary/18 August 2020

"Belonging to a Union Provides Workers with ‘more clout’"

In today's Legal Matters' Commentary, Jeff Andrew discusses how being unionized can have a big impact on job satisfaction, providing benefits that com... Read More
Commentary/29 June 2020

"Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times"

 In today's Legal Matters' commentary, "Unions Provide Essential Protection During Difficult Times", Jeff Andrew discusses ways in which several ... Read More
Commentary/1 May 2020

"Dealing with the Employment Fallout from Coronavirus Shutdowns"

In today's Legal Matters' Commentary, "Dealing with the employment fallout from Coronavirus shutdown", Jeff Andrew discusses how the unparalleled fall... Read More
/10 December 2019

Recent Changes to the Canada Labour Code - Bill C-86 and Bill C-63

Recent Changes to the Canada Labour Code - Bill C-86 and Bill C-63 Read More
Article/13 February 2018

Summary of Bill 148 - "Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 Brings Major Changes to Ontario's Labour and Employment Laws"

Please note that new legislation has been introduced, which will repeal many of these reforms.  Please see the summary at this link. A summary of... Read More
Article/29 November 2013

The Year in Review in Labour and Employment Law

2013 was another eventful year on the labour and employment law fronts. The workplace continues to be the locus of much litigation before courts and t... Read More
Article/1 November 2013

Ignored and Misunderstood: Privacy Rights and Medical Information in the Canadian Workplace

Introduction In 1881, an English Appellate court said: "[I]t is well established that persons do not by virtue of their status as employees lose their... Read More
Article/26 March 2013

Freedom of Association - The Right to Bargain Collectively and the Right to Organize

In this paper we discuss the scope of section 2(d) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the labour context, with a particular focus on th... Read More
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