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Proposed class action focuses on vacation, public holiday pay
› TORONTO — A law firm has filed for certification of an $80-million class action lawsuit against RBC and Aviva insurance companies, alleging that their vacation and public holiday pay calculations for commissioned employees violate employment standards rules.
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