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Intentions Not Enough to Establish Contractor Rather than Employee Relationship

Canada - February 4 2021 AE Hospitality (“AE”) hired supervisors, bartenders, chefs, and servers to work for two catering companies at events (the “Workers”). Only a few chefs…

Courts Will Look Beyond the Employee’s Title to Determine Reasonable Notice

Canada - December 4 2020 The plaintiff was terminated by the defendant, Stonebridge Solutions Inc. (“Stonebridge”), after five months of employment at age 49…

It’s a moot point - when an appeal offers no practical remedy

Canada - November 10 2020 Where there is no practical remedy offered by an appeal, the court may exercise its jurisdiction to decline to hear the appeal.

The End of CERB and the Transition to EI

Canada - October 5 2020 Although the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (“CERB”) ended on October 3, 2020, many Canadians still find themselves in need of financial…

BC Human Rights Commissioner Given Broad Power to Inquire into Human Rights Violations

Canada - August 26 2020 On August 4, 2020, multiple legislative changes to the Human Rights Code, RSBC 1996, c 210 (the “Code”), as well as the Human Right’s Commissioner’s…