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Termination for Off-Duty Conduct: Where is the Line? The HR Space

Canada - January 31 2017 Employers can discipline and even dismiss employees for off-duty conduct. However, a recent decision of an Ontario Court suggests that the...


Supreme Court Upholds Immunity Clause Protecting the Alberta Energy Regulator

Canada - January 31 2017 In a split decision, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld an immunity clause to shield Alberta’s energy resources regulator from liability for damages...

Jonathan Liteplo, Christopher R. Bystrom.


Glimmer of Hope for Random Drug & Alcohol Testing

Canada - August 18 2016 A recent decision of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench suggests that employers seeking to implement random drug and alcohol testing in dangerous...


SCC Dismisses Leave to Appeal Sought by O’Chiese First Nation

Canada - June 6 2016 On Thursday June 2, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) dismissed an application by the O'Chiese First Nation (OFN) for leave to appeal a...

Brenden Hunter.


Alberta Government Releases Guidelines to Clarify Consultation Process with Métis Settlements

Canada - April 4 2016 On March 31, 2016, the Government of Alberta (Alberta) announced the release of the Guidelines on Consultation with Métis Settlements on Land and...

Brenden Hunter.