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The Employer’s Duty to Make Reasonable Efforts to Reassign Employees before Dismissing them for Incompetence… continued

Canada - July 5 2019 On May 31, 2019, the Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Commission Scolaire Kativik c. Association des employés du Nord québécois1(Kativik)…

Justine B. Laurier.

Denunciation by Whistleblowers: was the Ex-Employee’s Defamation Suit Abusive?

Canada - April 2 2019 Can a senior executive who has been dismissed based on allegations made in an anonymous letter, and who has signed a release and discharge agreement…

Bill C-86: Federal Government Proposes Significant Changes to Minimum Labour Standards of Canada Labour Code

Canada - November 20 2018 Through Bill C-86, introduced in First Reading on October 29, 2018, the federal government is proposing to amend a number of provisions of Part III of…

Maryse Tremblay.

Damages for Breach of Non-Solicitation Clause Proves Difficult for Employer

Canada - October 2 2018 On August 20, 2018, the Court of Appeal of Québec rendered an interesting decision in the case of Lemieux c Aon Parizeau inc. concerning damages that…

Salaries Paid To Student Employees: An Important Decision by the Québec Human Rights Tribunal Regarding Discrimination Based on Social Condition and Age

Canada - May 25 2018 On May 11, 2018, the Québec Human Rights Tribunal(the “Tribunal”) ordered the Aluminerie de Bécancour (“ABI”) to pay its student employees damages to…