In this issue: ON Court of Appeal Affirms Award of 26 Months’ Pay to Terminated Employee, Check Yourself: B.C. Government Eliminates Mandatory Voting for Union Certification in Favour of Card Checkand Digital Platform Workers’ Rights Act: Blurring the Distinction Between Employees and Independent Contractors Performing Digital Platform Work.Read more
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Mathews Dinsdale Partner Appointed to the Independent Panel Reviewing Remuneration for Nova Scotia MLAs
The three-pronged legislation aims to strengthen Canada’s data privacy framework and create new regulations for the responsible development of Artificial Intelligence, while continuing to implement Canada’s Digital Charter.Read more
Federal government announces that effective June 20, 2022, it will lift COVID-19 vaccine requirements for federal public servants and transportation workers. Some vaccine mandates for domestic and outgoing travel will also be suspended.Read more
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We are proud to announce that Loretta Bouwmeester is one of the newest Queen’s Counsel appointees in Alberta. The Minister of Justice and Solicitor General recognizes lawyers who have provided exceptional service to Albertans and the legal community and who have made significant contributions to the administration of justice. Congratulations Loretta!
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Laura Dunnigan has joined our Calgary office as Counsel. Welcome to the team!
UKRAINE IN CRISIS: Keeping the economy running during the war has created many pressing and unprecedented issues for employers and employees. Our Ius Laboris network of Ukrainian lawyers have been keeping us posted about the numerous labour law questions that are arising from both the employer’s and employees’ point of view. New legal provisions have established some temporary rules.