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Be wary of accommodating employees on the basis of one prohibited ground and not others

Canada - February 13 2013 The Federal Court recently released its decision in Johnstone v. Canada (Border Services), an application for judicial review of a Canadian Human...

Applicant argues a bed bug infestation in his home constitutes a “disability”

Canada - January 30 2013 News reports of the scourge of bed bugs infiltrating the City of Toronto abound.Fear mounts as we learn more about how bed bugs are known to...

Facebook post disclosing human rights settlement costs employee $1,000

Canada - January 29 2013 Have you ever wondered whether confidentiality clauses typically found in Minutes of Settlement have any teeth? Well, then you will be interested...

Gesundheit! An employer’s obligations to an employee with scent hypersensitivity

Canada - January 8 2013 What does a company have to do when an employee discloses that he or she has sensitivity to scents andor fragrances in the workplace and requests...

Disturbing case on mitigation of damages during contractual notice period

Canada - January 8 2013 When Peter Bowes commenced his employment with Goss Power Products Ltd. (“Company”), he entered into a written employment contract which provided that he...