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Employee privacy wins out over safety: the Supreme Court of Canada weighs in on random alcohol testing in the workplace

Canada - June 16 2013 In a much-anticipated decision about random alcohol testing in hazardous unionized workplaces, a majority of the Supreme Court of Canada decided that...

Jeremy Warning, Margaret Gavins, Loretta Bouwmeester.

Canadian Government launches world's first start-up visa

Canada - April 2 2013 On April 1, 2013 the Government of Canada officially launched the world's first Start-Up Visa Program aimed at recruiting innovative immigrant...

Duty to mitigate damages resulting from a wrongful dismissal may well include accepting employment at a different establishment

Canada - March 8 2013 The duty on an employee to mitigate one's damages is not limited to simply making reasonable efforts to find another job during the notice period. In...

Mathias Link.

Arbitration over random drug and alcohol testing gets underway in Alberta

Canada - January 16 2013 In a December 10, 2012 Workplace Wire Blog, we posted about two high-profile cases that could change Canada's random drug and alcohol testing laws...

Drugs at work: two cases could clarify Canada's random testing laws

Canada - December 10 2012 Two high-profile cases are testing Canada’s alcohol and drug testing-in-the-workplace laws....