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- Tribunal: Company Mask Policy Did Not Breach Human Rights Act
COVID-19 continues to be an issue in Canada and abroad. To protect staff, clients, and customers, many businesses have implemented mandatory mask policies applicable to anyone who enters their premises, including employees, visitors, and clients. While mandatory vaccines are currently the focus of m … Read more »
- How Will the Upcoming Vaccine Passport System Affect Employers?
As COVID infection numbers began to rise again last month, and with children now back in school, it was almost inevitable that the government of Ontario was going to release new safety measures. On September 1, 2021, the provincial government declared that in order to access certain businesses and s … Read more »
- GGFH LLP Lawyers Included in the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™
Grosman Gale Fletcher Hopkins LLP is proud to announce that two of our firm’s Partners were included in the 16th edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™. William R. Gale was included in the 16th edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™ for his work in Labour and Employment Law. Bill has been a Partner … Read more »
- Are Employers Obligated to Allow Employees Time Off to Vote in Elections?
The federal government recently announced that a federal election will be held on September 20, 2021. On or before that day, Canadians from all provinces and territories will be called upon to elect their next Prime Minister and Members of Parliament. The question for employees and employers alike i … Read more »
- Public Sector Employers Mandate That Employees Be Vaccinated
As the pandemic continues, the questions around employers requiring vaccination become more and more important. The majority of Canadians have opted to get the COVID-19 vaccine, with nearly 65% of eligible Canadians fully vaccinated by the end of July, but some people have chosen to refrain, for var … Read more »