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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 16 Nov 2018

Accommodation in the Workplace: Judicial Review of the decision of the Human Rights Commission denying that an employee was constructively dismissed due to a failure to accommodate her disability by her employer

Does the Human Rights Commission have to provide reasons when dismissing a complaint? When is it appropriate on judicial review for the court to


Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 9 Jun 2011

Nova Scotia (Department of Community Services) v. Boudreau

The Nova Scotia Supreme Court supported the decision to award a mother of a special needs child increased funding to pay personal care workers for their assistance with her son.


Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 24 Mar 2011

Inglis v. Nova Scotia Public Service Long Term Disability Trust Fund (Trustees)

The insured worked as a plumber for the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation between 1979 and 1996 when he sought long-term disability benefits and damages due to diabetes.


Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP | Canada | 19 Feb 2010

Even-handedness is in the eye of the beholder

Trustees and other fiduciaries are often described as having to act fairly in discharging their responsibilities to pension and health and welfare plan members.

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