Legislation and law

Quebec judge shoots down vaccine mandate injunction

Decision against unvaccinated workers comes two weeks after provincial government dropped mandate over fears of being left short-staffed

Quebec judge shoots down vaccine mandate injunction

Nursing home charged by province in unprecedented move

Maximum penalty set at $4.5 million after COVID outbreak killed one staff member and eight residents

Nursing home charged by province in unprecedented move

Why financial penalties for employers could be detrimental to worker safety

Workers from low-income backgrounds highly affected, according to executive director of Injured Workers Clinic

Why financial penalties for employers could be detrimental to worker safety

New Nova Scotia legislation protects workers from protesters

Province will prohibit protests, other disruptive activities at healthcare facilities

New Nova Scotia legislation protects workers from protesters

B.C. Ombudsperson: Allow WorkSafeBC to voluntarily provide restitution for own error

Report cites case of a worker who lost benefits which led to another injury

B.C. Ombudsperson: Allow WorkSafeBC to voluntarily provide restitution for own error

WCB PEI seeking feedback for amendments to Workers Compensation Act

Feedback in English, French welcome

WCB PEI seeking feedback for amendments to Workers Compensation Act