In Telus Communications Inc. v. Telecommunication Workers’ Union, 2017 BCCA 100, the BC Court of Appeal held that the Telecommunications Workers’
The case of Feldstein v. 364 Northern Development Corporation, 2016 BCSC 108 from earlier this year is a reminder to employers to be careful what
In a British Columbia arbitration, Township of Langley v. CUPE, Local 403, No: A-01415, the arbitrator was considering a grievance concerning the
Under the Employment and Assistance for Persons With Disabilities Regulation, B.C. Reg. 2652002 (Regulations), a disabled person's eligibility for
The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal recently considered the types of accommodations employers are required to make with regard The employee, a
The British Columbia Human Rights Code, like human rights legislation in other provinces, prescribes a number of remedies once the British Columbia
For the BC employer community, 2012 was a year of eventful change at WorkSafeBC.
The issue of employees with environmental sensitivities often arises for employers.
This case involves a challenge under sections 7 and 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to the provisions of the Criminal Code that create an absolute prohibition against physician-assisted dying.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently confirmed the legal test for prima facie discrimination in the context of an employee’s request to return to work after being on disability leave.