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Is not smiling and withholding food and alcohol strike activity?

Canada - December 17 2012 On Friday, the Globe and Mail reported that flight attendants at Hong Kong’s Cathay Airlines are threatening to withhold food, alcohol and even smiles from passengers during the Christmas holidays because of a pay dispute with the airline.

Pinto report: Ontario's human rights system is working better but faces important and urgent challenges

Canada - December 17 2012 About a month ago and with very little fanfare, the Ministry of the Attorney General released Andrew Pinto’s Report of the Ontario Human Rights Review 2012.

Pinto's review of Ontario's human rights system moves forward

Canada - January 6 2012 In the Fall, I blogged about the McGuinty government appointing Toronto lawyer Andrew Pinto to conduct a review of the effectiveness of the June 2008 changes to Ontario’s human rights system.

Employer liable for PIPEDA damages flowing from employee's error and cover up

Canada - August 24 2011 The recent Landry decision from the Federal Court raises the question of whether companies may soon be routinely ordered to pay damages under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) for privacy breaches by its employees.