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Students at Work: Equal Pay for Equal Work

Canada - September 14 2021 The status of students in the workplace has long been the subject of legal uncertainty, particularly with respect to compensation. However, the Québec…

Anne-Raphaëlle Bolya, Nicolas Monet

Mining in the Courts, Vol. XI

Canada - March 9 2021 The highest profile duty to consult case this past year was the Federal Court of Appeal's decision in Coldwater First Nation v. Canada (Attorney…

Mathieu Bernier-Trudeau, Meghan S. Bridges, Lindsay Burgess, Aidan L. Cameron, Tracey Doyle, Timothy St. J. Ellam, Gabriel Faure, Marco Fimiani, Bryn Gray, Kathryn Gullason, James S. S. Holtom, Alexis Hudon, Miranda Lam, Selina Lee-Andersen, Kendra Levasseur, Justine Lindner, Gabrielle G. Maurer, Ben Ratelband, Steven Tanner, Daniel Thomas, François Alexandre Toupin

Quebec Tightens and Extends Lockdown Measures, Imposes Curfew

Canada - January 6 2021 On January 6, 2021, the Quebec government announced extended shutdowns and tightened restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including a…

Jessica Cytryn

Nine months later - The impact of COVID-19 on the employer’s obligations regarding occupational health and safety

Canada - December 14 2020 Approximately nine months ago, the Québec government declared a state of health emergency throughout the province due to the spread of the COVID-19…

COVID-19 Update - Important Information for Businesses

Canada - December 4 2020 Quebec announces new COVID-19 measures for retailers, including shopping malls, over the holidays. These include limiting the amount of customers per…