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  • ANOTHER MUST READ FOR DENTISTS – Cannabis and Your Dental TeamOctober 16, 2018

    DMC LLP has just published a second must-read book for all dentists who have hired or will hire employees after October 17. Employment law is changing again now that recreational cannabis is legal – and this contains everything you need to know. Ljubica Durlovska and Jonathan Borrelli present the e- … Read more »

  • Alberta Hearing Tribunal Rules Against Dentist For Business Arrangements with DSOOctober 3, 2018

    I saw this coming a mile away… when you have changing realities and old laws, you get bad decisions that set bad precedents.  I’ve been warning the dental community for SOME TIME now about learning about the history of DSOs in America so that we can avoid their problems here (read my blogs about how … Read more »

  • Will Bill 148 Be Scrapped?October 2, 2018

    Regular followers of the blog will know that we have spent the better part of the last 18 months preparing dentists for the changes to employment law in Bill 148. But it seems that it may have been all for naught. The Premier today stated in the Ontario Legislature, in no uncertain terms, that Bill … Read more »

  • Parental Leave Extended and Updated EarlySeptember 26, 2018

    The Federal Government has just announced that their planned extension of parental leave will come into effect early – in March 2019. The federal minister responsible for parental leave announced today that a new parental leave benefit of up to five additional weeks of time off from work will be ava … Read more »

  • Confirmed: Minimum Wage NOT Increasing to $15 in 2019September 26, 2018

    The Ontario Government has now confirmed that minimum wage will not increase to $15 per hour in January 2019. We normally keep dentists up to date on any changes to employment standards and minimum wage — and this is no exception! Ontario’s Labour Minister, Laurie Scott, said today that the minimum … Read more »