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- Legal pot and the workplace: Can employers ban off-duty use?
On October 17, 2018, the federal government legalized the recreational use of cannabis, making Canada the second country in the world to legalize pot after Uruguay. While many are hailing this as a step forward for public safety—one of the government’s main stated reasons for legalization is to kee … Read more »
- Make Toronto Small Again! Civic Elections and the “Notwithstanding Clause”
The Ontario Conservative government is crossing a line that should never be crossed, resorting to the so-called “Notwithstanding Clause” to press ahead with its “Make Toronto Small Again Act” (as I call it), to drastically scale down Toronto’s city council following a court ruling striking the Act d … Read more »
- 10 days to campaign kick off!
By Rachel H RoyThe local election campaign period kicks off in 10 days on September 22. I looked at the number of third parts election advertising sponsors registered as of today’s date and was surprised to see only 14 organizations registered. There are over 240 local elections taking place this fa … Read more »
- Lancaster House – Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector Conference with Jim Quail
We are excited to announce that Jim Quail will be co-chairing the Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector conference this November.Click here for more information and to register for this invaluable conference! … Read more »
- Law Society of BC v. Trinity Western University – end of the road for the BC LRB Essential Services policy (and more)
By Jim QuailThe Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to sustain the BC Law Society’s refusal to accredit to the Trinity Western University law school because of its inequitable “Covenant” (which enforced heterosexual monogamy among faculty and students) has been widely hailed as a victory for inclusi … Read more »
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