Legal Report \ Labour & Employment \ Canadian Lawyer Magazine July 3, 2018 | Written By Elizabeth Raymer What challenges will the impending legalization bring for employers? With Senate
N.L. worker claims companies refusing him jobs because of medical marijuana prescription Glen Whiffen email@example.com Published on April 5, 2017 Veteran construction worker Scott Tizzard says
The legal landscape surrounding marijuana usage is evolving. once upon a time, marijuana was strictly illegal in Canada. That has changed in recent years, as various exceptions to
Earlier this year the Federal Government announced it will make good on the Liberal Party election promise to remove marijuana consumption and incidental possession from the Criminal Code.
Rethinking Mental Health Disability Claim Management HOW AN INNOVATIVE DISABILITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SIGNIFICANTLY LOWERED THE INCIDENCE AND DURATION OF COMPLEX MENTAL HEALTH CLAIMS IN A CANADIAN
Industry impacts of the Fort McMurray wildfire 0 June 9, 2016 at 2:51 pm by Glenn McGillivray Unlike the 2013 flood in southern Alberta, the Fort McMurray wildfire is a heavily insured event.
2014-12-09 TORONTO – Tow truck drivers are slowing down the commute in the Toronto area today, as an estimated 1,500 of them head to Ontario’s legislature to protest a new auto
2014-12-08 The Saskatchewan government is introducing the first major revision to legislation governing insurance in five decades, a move meant to modernize requirements and bring provincial law
2014-11-24 Aviva Canada said Monday it is pleased with the recent passage of Bill 15 in Ontario, which takes measures to reduce auto insurance fraud in the province, and has an overall goal of