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Littler LLP | Canada | 30 Nov 2022

Ontario, Canada: Appellate Court Set Aside Decisions that Quashed OLRB Determinations on “Related Employers” Declarations for Failure to Apply Proper Standard

The Ontario Court of Appeal overturned two Divisional Court decisions, finding the lower court failed to apply the required Vavilov standard of…
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Ius Laboris | Canada | 18 Jan 2022

The gig economy in Canada: emerging issues and the future of work

People have always engaged in non-standard work arrangements. Today, however, driven in part by the growth of digital intermediary platforms like…
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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 11 Mar 2020

Foodora Couriers are Eligible to Unionize—Ontario Labour Board Ruling Takes a Byte Out of the Gig Economy

In its February 25, 2020, decision in Canadian Union of Postal Workers v Foodora Inc. d.b.a Foodora, 2020 CanLII 16750 (ON LRB), the Ontario Labour…
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Ius Laboris | Canada | 6 Mar 2020

Workers in the gig economy’ allowed to unionise: Ontario Labour Relations Board breaks new ground

The Ontario Labour Relations Board has concluded that couriers for the food delivery service Foodora are employees and not contractors and as a…
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Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 4 Mar 2020

Labour Board Clears The Road For Food Couriers to Unionize

The Ontario Labour Relations Board (the "Labour Board") has ruled that Foodora couriers are "dependent contractors" and have the right to unionize…
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Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP | Canada | 2 Mar 2020

Food Delivery Drivers Open to Unionization - Expanding Labour Relations to E-commerce

On February 25, 2020, the Ontario Labour Relations Board (the “Labour Board”) delivered a crucial decision regarding Foodora, an online food delivery…
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Koskie Minsky LLP | Canada | 27 Feb 2020

Labour Board Rules that Foodora Couriers are Dependent Contractors and Can Unionize

In a highly anticipated decision, Canadian Union of Postal Workers v. Foodora Inc. the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) has ruled that Foodora…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 26 Feb 2020

Foodora Couriers Have a Legal Right to Unionize According to the Ontario Labour Relations Board

The Ontario Labour Relations Board (the “Board”) released its decision regarding an application for certification filed by Canadian Union of Postal…
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Fasken | Canada | 18 Dec 2019

Up for Grabs: New Law Opens Doors to Employer’s Records at Tribunals

Ontario’s new Tribunal Adjudicative Records Act, 2019 (“TARA”) came into force on June 30, 2019. It allows members of the public, including media, to…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 10 Dec 2019

A Refresher on First Principles: When Will the Province’s Presumptive Labour Jurisdiction be Displaced by “Derivative Jurisdiction”?

It is well known that Ontario has presumptive constitutional jurisdiction over labour relations within its boundaries. However, in rare instances…
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