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Disabled Employees Cannot be Given Working Notice

Canada - October 4 2017 In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, a judge ruled that a working notice period does not apply to an employee who is on

Ontario Court of Appeal rules again on termination provisions in North v. Metaswitch

Canada - October 30 2017 The Court of Appeal has again ruled on the issue of terms in employment contracts which purport to limit an employee to minimum notice under the

Omnibus Provincial Budget (Bill 177) Takes Aim at Pension Reform

Canada - November 20 2017 Bill 177, the Stronger, Fairer Ontario Act (Budget Measures) (the “Act”), was introduced to the Ontario Provincial Parliament for first reading on

Private Members’ Bills Seek to Amend Insolvency Legislation to Better Protect Pensioners and Employees

Canada - October 20 2017 On October 17th, MP Marilène Gill of the Bloc Québécois introduced Bill C-372, a private member’s bill which would amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency

Ontario brings in Administrative Monetary Penalties for Breaches of the Pension Benefits Act

Canada - October 4 2017 The regulatory environment applicable to pension plan administrators will shift in 2018, with the Superintendent of Financial Services gaining the

Omnibus Provincial Budget (Bill 177) Takes Aim at Pension Reform

Canada - November 20 2017 Bill 177, the Stronger, Fairer Ontario Act (Budget Measures) (the “Act”), was introduced to the Ontario Provincial Parliament for first reading on

Ontario Court of Appeal rules again on termination provisions in North v. Metaswitch

Canada - October 30 2017 The Court of Appeal has again ruled on the issue of terms in employment contracts which purport to limit an employee to minimum notice under the

Private Members’ Bills Seek to Amend Insolvency Legislation to Better Protect Pensioners and Employees

Canada - October 20 2017 On October 17th, MP Marilène Gill of the Bloc Québécois introduced Bill C-372, a private member’s bill which would amend the Bankruptcy and Insolvency

Federal Government Confirms that Employee Discounts will Remain Non-Taxable

Canada - October 13 2017 In recent days, the policy and interpretation choices made by the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) have taken a rare step into the public discourse. At

Disabled Employees Cannot be Given Working Notice

Canada - October 4 2017 In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, a judge ruled that a working notice period does not apply to an employee who is on