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Topic: Employment Labour And Human Rights Law

Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

COVID-19 - OHS considerations for Alberta employers
February 25, 2021

Written by Natalie L. Leclerc and Aicha Kouyaté We previously discussed whether employers could make obtaining the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for their employees. Notwithstanding the...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

COVID-19 vaccination: can employers make vaccination mandatory for employees?
December 17, 2020

Written by Suzanne M. Porteous and Ryan J. Barata

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law

Federal Anti-Harassment Legislation Coming January 1, 2021
November 25, 2020

Written by Suzanne M. Porteous and Michael A. Custer

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law

Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition: Supreme Court awards significant damages in employment case
October 15, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang, Q.C. and Suzanne M. Porteous  In a ruling that will have significant implications for employment law in Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”)...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

Alberta government's proposed COVID-19 legislative amendments
June 25, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang, Q.C. and Aicha Kouyaté The Alberta government recently introduced legislation entitled Bill 24: COVID-19 Pandemic Response Statutes Amendment Act 2020...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

Alberta Government introduces temporary changes to employment standards legislation
April 9, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang, Q.C., Suzanne M. Porteous, and Hema Ahuja The Alberta Minister of Labour and Immigration enacted Ministerial Order 18.2020 (“Order”) on April 6 that will...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

New COVID-19 EI Benefit announced by Government of Canada
March 26, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang and Hema Ahuja

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

COVID-19 Employment Law Considerations: Temporary layoffs in Alberta and EI benefits
March 25, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang and Hema Ahuja As COVID-19 continues to slow the economy, many places of employment across Alberta are now temporarily closed, including bars, restaurants,...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

COVID-19 Employment Law Considerations: Alberta statutory leave and federal EI sickness benefits
March 20, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang and Hema Ahuja One serious implication of the recent outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV, or “COVID-19”) for both employees and employers across...

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Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Covid-19

COVID-19 Employment Law Considerations: Occupational health and safety issues
March 18, 2020

Written by Catherine A. Crang and Hema Ahuja The recent international outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV, or “COVID-19”) is having many implications for employees and employers...

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