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Accommodating the use of a seeing-eye dog: a precedent-setting decision

Canada - September 7 2013 In a ruling handed down by Quebec's Human Rights Tribunal late last month, an employer who had refused to allow a blind employee to use a seeing-eye…

Acceptance of severance pay does not mean an employee waives the right to claim additional amounts

Canada - May 4 2012 In a Court of Québec decision in February 2012, an employee dismissed without cause was awarded a $21,994 indemnity for wages lost under her fixed-term employment contract, even though she had accepted a severance payment.