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Ontario Revises Emissions Performance Standards Program to Align with Federal OBPS Changes

2022-10-13T10:27:14-07:00

Carbon pricing system changes will take effect in Ontario in 2023. Ontario officially launched its Emissions Performance Standards (EPS) Program on January 1, 2022. On August 26, the Ministry

Ontario Revises Emissions Performance Standards Program to Align with Federal OBPS Changes2022-10-13T10:27:14-07:00

Arbitrator Finds Three-Dose Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Reasonable In Long-Term Care Homes

2022-09-27T15:53:15-07:00

In Regional Municipality of York v Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 905 (Long Term Care Unit), Arbitrator Stephen Raymond found that a mandatory vaccination policy (Policy) which required long-term care

Arbitrator Finds Three-Dose Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Reasonable In Long-Term Care Homes2022-09-27T15:53:15-07:00

Federal Government Launches New Greenhouse Gas Offset Credits System

2022-09-23T15:47:39-07:00

Companies can earn credits toward compliance with GHG emissions reduction targets. After years of preparation, the federal government finally launched the Canadian Greenhouse Gas Offset Credit System Regulations on June

Federal Government Launches New Greenhouse Gas Offset Credits System2022-09-23T15:47:39-07:00

National Trucking Week

2022-09-07T10:32:34-07:00

The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), the country’s national trucking group, in conjunction with the provincial trucking associations, launched National Trucking Week many years ago. It begins on the first

National Trucking Week2022-09-07T10:32:34-07:00

Climate Change And Working Conditions: Could Your Employer Be Responsible For Providing You An Air Conditioner?

2022-08-12T08:28:26-07:00

980CKNW The Jas Johal Show Geoff Mason is a guest on 980CKNW's The Jas Johal Show discussing how climate change is impacting the workplace and whether employers are legally contracted to provide their

Climate Change And Working Conditions: Could Your Employer Be Responsible For Providing You An Air Conditioner?2022-08-12T08:28:26-07:00

Certification Motion Dismissed In Proposed Roadway Design Class Action In Ontario

2022-08-04T13:49:35-07:00

In the recent decision of Klassen v. City of Hamilton (2022 ONSC 3660), the Ontario Superior Court dismissed the motion to certify a class action relating to the design and construction

Certification Motion Dismissed In Proposed Roadway Design Class Action In Ontario2022-08-04T13:49:35-07:00

Employee Who Refused to Mask Told by Court That Losses Were “Self-Inflicted”

2022-07-22T09:30:01-07:00

Employers and employees saw the workplace change rapidly since March 2020. After a whirlwind of workforce changes and policies, litigation on the appropriateness of COVID-19 workplace measures is working its

Employee Who Refused to Mask Told by Court That Losses Were “Self-Inflicted”2022-07-22T09:30:01-07:00

Protecting Athletes Is No Game: Federal Minister Of Sport Announces New Measures To Make Sport Safer In Canada

2022-07-22T08:18:05-07:00

As our athletes prepare for the Commonwealth Games, we take this opportunity to discuss how Canada is preparing to make sport safer for its athletes and how other Commonwealth countries

Protecting Athletes Is No Game: Federal Minister Of Sport Announces New Measures To Make Sport Safer In Canada2022-07-22T08:18:05-07:00
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