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The clash between government restraint and the charter rights of labour: where do we stand? *

Canada - June 4 2012
Although Canada's economy continues its fragile recovery, governments across the country must nonetheless operate in an environment of fiscal restraint, all of which brings an increased focus to public sector and other nationally-prominent labour disputes.

Co-authors: George Waggott.


Mandatory retirement eliminated for Canadian federal sphere employees *

Canada - May 4 2012
The Government of Canada has recently confirmed repeal of the legislative provisions which have allowed for mandatory retirement of employees governed by federal employment and human rights legislation.

Co-authors: George Waggott.


Leaves and jury duty *

Canada - May 4 2012
It is important to know what leaves of absence you are entitled to under the Employment Standards Act R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 113 (the “ESA”) as well as the statutory obligations owed to you by your employer if you are called for jury duty.

Co-authors: Claire E. Morton (Ellett).


Mandatory retirement eliminated for Canadian federal sphere employees *

Canada - February 9 2012
The Government of Canada has recently confirmed repeal of the legislative provisions which have allowed for mandatory retirement of employees governed by federal employment and human rights legislation.

Co-authors: George Waggott.


BC Labour Relations Board dismisses Charter challenge *

Canada - November 25 2011
In companion decisions issued on November 4, 2011 involving the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the BC Labour Relations Board has dismissed a Charter challenge and unfair labour practice complaints brought by the Ambulance Paramedics of BC, CUPE Local 873 against the Government of British Columbia, the Health Employers Association of BC and the Emergency and Health Services Commission ("EHSC"), which operates the province-wide British Columbia Ambulance Service.


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