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Imagine this scenario: a nurse has just come off a 10 day shift and is in urgent need of retail therapy.  He or she rushes to their favourite store seeking relief – only to be denied.  No soup for...

Effective September 1, 2013, Alberta's minimum wage will increase by 20 cents to $9.95 per hour. This represents a 2.1 per cent increase to the province's minimum wage.

Background...

The possibility of new compulsory obligations for employers concerning asbestos fibers:

    Visual Inspection of buildings every two years
    Keep and update a register containing ...

Since 2006, the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) Safety Group has brought together Ontario retailers to work collaboratively to improve health and safety, increase productivity, and reduce claims,...

On November 28th, Toronto City council voted to not amend the Holiday Shopping bylaw.

Background:

On November 8th, the City of Toronto’s Economic Development...

Bill 14 was originally introduced by the government of B.C. to recognize mental health stress resulting from a traumatic incident or prolonged series of incidents in the workplace in keeping with...

Issue:
Effective September 1, 2012, Alberta’s hourly minimum wage will jump 35 cents from $9.40 to $9.75. This 3.5 per cent increase is less than the previous average annual increases of 5...

The possibility of new compulsory obligations for employers concerning asbestos fibers:

  1. Visual Inspection of buildings every two years
  2. Keep and update a register...

On January 9th, the government published draft regulations in the Gazette officielle, which modify the Regulation respecting labour standards and the Regulation respecting labour standards...

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