No Need to Get Frustrated: New Developments on the Doctrine of Frustration
In two 2018 decisions, Canadian courts considered the boundaries of the doctrine of frustration.
New Employer-Friendly Legislation on the Horizon
Since its election this summer, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has been busy reforming Ontario’s labour and employment laws to make them more employer-friendly
Bill C-86: Federal Government Seeks to Make Wide-Sweeping Changes to Employment Standards
Federally regulated employers need to be prepared for big changes in the near future if a newly introduced bill is passed by the Canadian federal government.
Pay Transparency Act Delayed Indefinitely
On the heels of the major set of employment law changes introduced by Bill 47, the Ontario government today passed Bill 57,
How to Minimize Legal Exposures When Hosting an Office Holiday Party
Office holiday parties can be the highlight of your company’s work year or one of the year’s biggest headaches.
Bill 47 Becomes Law, Repeals Many Bill 148 Amendments
As we previously advised, on October 23, 2018, the Ontario government tabled Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018.
Ontario Government Planning Public Hearings into Bill 47
As most employers will be aware by this point, the Ontario government has introduced Bill 47,