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New rights for trainees in the workplace - Passage of Bill 14

Canada - March 14 2022 In line with the adoption of Bill 59, which integrated trainees into the prevention and compensation regimes provided under the Act Respecting…

Louis Gilmour, Alexie Hénault-Gagnon, Samuel Roy, Shwan Shaker

COVID-19 en milieu de travail : les conséquences pour l’employeur qui n’assure pas un environnement sécuritaire à ses travailleurs

Canada - June 5 2020 Avec la réouverture progressive de l’économie québécoise, les employeurs ont tout intérêt à mettre en place un plan concret pour lutter contre la…

Don J. Alberga, Stéphanie Desjardins, Marie-Pier Emery, Katherine Poirier, Catherine Pronovost

Time Limit for Filing a Complaint of Psychological Harassment Increased from 90 Days to Two Years

Canada - June 20 2018 On June 12, 2018, the National Assembly unanimously adopted Bill 176 entitled An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other…

Vanessa Lapointe

The Consequences of Fixed-Term Employment Contracts: A Reminder - Vissa c AECOM Consultants Inc.

Canada - November 1 2017 The Québec Superior Court, in Vissa c AECOM Consultants Inc.1 (“AECOM”), has recently made a ruling on certain consequences flowing from fixed-term…

Case Note: Maison St-Patrice inc. v Cusson, 2016 QCTAT 482: Exclusion of Facebook Snooping Evidence in Québec — a minority view

Canada - March 31 2016 This case deals with the admissibility of Facebook content as evidence. It arises in the context of a hearing before the Occupational Health and…