Ontario’s workplace violence bill could use some major alterations (Guest commentary)

Provisions in Bill 168 concerning domestic violence and disclosure of information unlikely to prevent violence and apt to cause problems for employers

Peter Fonseca, Ontario’s minister of labour, introduced Bill 168 as a cure to the many problems brought to light by the coroner’s inquest into the tragic workplace murder of Lori Dupont, a nurse at a hospital in Windsor, Ont.

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