Legislation and law

Alberta working on bill to restore balance in the workplace

If passed, legislation could save job creators an estimated $100 million per year by reducing red tape

Alberta working on bill to restore balance in the workplace

Ontario courts to resume in-person procedures

‘We are now taking a careful and staged approach to expanding the operations of provincial courts and implementing strict public health measures so that in-person matters can be heard safely’

Ontario courts to resume in-person procedures

Federal government announces temporary extension to recall period for laid-off workers

‘Many employers who have had to temporarily lay off employees intend to bring them back to work’

Federal government announces temporary extension to recall period for laid-off workers

Votes revealed: Foodora couriers, drivers in favor of unionization

‘Through conversations, companionship, and the dedication of hard-working foodsters we came together to achieve something many said was impossible’

Votes revealed: Foodora couriers, drivers in favor of unionization

Alberta town, former employee face environmental charges

One charge against the town is for failing to report structural or equipment malfunctions in the waterworks system

Alberta town, former employee face environmental charges

Ontario extends infectious disease emergency leave

The extension should provide relief for employers and non-unionized workers affected by COVID-19 layoffs

Ontario extends infectious disease emergency leave