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If your child care obligations are not accommodated, you might have a case for claiming workplace discrimination
Employers could be required to accommodate employees with child or elder care obligations, unless doing so causes undue hardship for the employer.
A company discriminated against a foreign-born job applicant by telling him it "only hires white men" in a series of "abusive" text messages, Ontario's Human Rights Tribunal has ruled.
Plenty has been written about legal obligations when it comes to employees being fired, but there is almost as much law affecting an employee's decision to quit.
The movements of those with Wi-Fi- or Bluetooth-enabled devices who pass through this 1.9-kilometre strip on Toronto's Queen St. W. are being tracked and recorded.
The law firm Bennett Jones has launched a website aimed at helping Canadian businesses and individuals plan a compliance strategy with Canada's Anti-Spam Law, which comes into effect on July 1, 2014.
A U.S. Wal-Mart store is holding a food drive -- for its own employees. "Please donate food items so associates in need can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner," read signs in the store.
You'll receive 36% more Old Age Security (OAS) pension if you delay the start of it until age 70.
The number of articling jobs has remained the same, while the demand has increased substantially. Some students who have spent thousands of dollars attending law school can't get the final posting they need to qualify as a lawyer and get their license.
A motion judge's decision that there is no free-standing common law tort of invasion of privacy has been overturned by the Ontario Court of Appeal.