Employer Faces Harsh Consequences for Falsely Alleging Cause Courts have increasingly demonstrated a willingness to penalize employers for asserting just cause without basis. In Humphrey
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Citizenship Does Not Include Permanent Residency Under Human Rights Code In Imperial Oil Limited and Haseeb, 2021 ONSC 3868, the Ontario Divisional Court has clarified
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