Hotel faces employees' class action over employment benefit changes.
“Mend your speech a little, lest it may mar your fortunes”: Are Employee Defamation Cases A Fool’s Errand?Sep 27, 2023
This bulletin discusses the recent decision in Williams v. Vac Developments Limited regarding gag defamation proceedings commenced by employers.
The concept of overholding is often misunderstood and deserves more attention in commercial leases, given the significant consequences for landlords and tenants.
Bill C-56 introduces amendments to the Competition Act, which are described as addressing rising grocery prices, but which have much broader implications.
The Government announced amendments to the Competition Act as part of its announcement regarding combatting escalating grocery prices.
When the CRA demands information or documents within an unreasonable period, what options are available? A recent decision of the FCA offers some guidance.
Deadline for Federally Regulated Employers to Provide Existing Employees with Employment Statements Fast ApproachingSep 18, 2023
Amendments to the Canada Labour Code require federally regulated employers to provide existing employees with employment statements by October 7, 2023.
The Quebec Standards Bureau is set to develop and publish by November 2024 a safety index for heavy vehicles to protect vulnerable road users.
On September 6, 2023, OSFI issued a letter to industry outlining its steps to supervise emerging non-financial risks.
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