Common Law of EmploymentNova ScotiaStudent PostSupreme Court of CanadaWrongful Dismissal
Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition, A SCC Primer: Can an employee claim a bonus that vests during a common law notice period?
Written by Kent Wakely, Osgoode Hall Law School, Class of 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) is set to release its decision in David Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition Canada Ltd …
Common Law of EmploymentComparative Work LawEmployee ClassificationEmployment RegulationEuropetechnologyUnions and Collective Bargaining
Written by David Doorey, York University Earlier this summer, I was asked to participate in a project organized by the publication Le Grand Continent out of Paris, France that was …
AlbertaCharter of Rights and FreedomsStrikes and LockoutsUnions and Collective Bargaining
Written by Bob Barnetson, Athabasca University The decision as to who is in (and out) of a bargaining unit in labour law can be a hotly contested issue because the …
Charter of Rights and FreedomsCollective BargainingComparative Work LawHealth and SafetyMigrant WorkersOLRBOntarioStrikes and LockoutsSupreme Court of CanadaUnions and Collective BargainingUnited States
Do Ontario’s Collective Bargaining Laws Protect Migrant Worker Dismissed for Raising Collective Workplace Concerns?
Written by David Doorey In a complaint being litigated this week at the Ontario Labour Relations Board, Gabriel Flores Flores, a seasonal agricultural worker from Mexico, alleges he was fired …
British ColumbiaOntarioScholarshipStrikes and LockoutsUnions and Collective Bargaining
Written by Fred Wilson These are two conclusions by Professor David Doorey, taken from the introduction and conclusion of his new essay “David Beatty’s Redemption (And Other Thoughts on the …