Employment law

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decides in favour of First Nation in wrongful dismissal hearing

Employment lawyer explains how differences in communication can lead to employee conflicts

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decides in favour of First Nation in wrongful dismissal hearing

B.C. First Nation calls for removal of RCMP officer over 'racist' social media posts

Police force says 'non-conduct-related administrative process' underway involving officer

B.C. First Nation calls for removal of RCMP officer over 'racist' social media posts

Senate calls for end to employer-specific work permits

'The Temporary Foreign Worker Program is not working well for employers or workers'

Senate calls for end to employer-specific work permits

Despite serious breach of conduct by bank employee, no just cause dismissal: court

Case demonstrates 'high bar' employers must meet when attempting to establish dismissal with cause and after-acquired cause, says employment lawyer

Despite serious breach of conduct by bank employee, no just cause dismissal: court

King's counsel lawyer resigns after sending 'disturbing,' 'misogynistic' email

Lawyer refers to women as 'people with a vagina', raises 'issue of trans people' in invite to event

King's counsel lawyer resigns after sending 'disturbing,' 'misogynistic' email

Former DEI exec given 5 years in prison for defrauding Facebook, Nike

Former exec also ordered to repay more than $5 million stolen from organisations

Former DEI exec given 5 years in prison for defrauding Facebook, Nike