Cost of providing interpreter services to deaf medical resident did not create undue hardship for university and hospital, court confirms

Dismissing an application for judicial review, the B.C. Supreme Court upheld a British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ruling that a university and a hospital discriminated... More

Non-unionized employees in federally regulated industries cannot be dismissed without cause, Supreme Court of Canada confirms

In Canada, unionized employees are typically protected by collective agreements from discharge without cause. On the other hand, subject to the terms of their employment... More

Ontario government's "inflexible and intransigent" approach to bargaining violated Charter of Rights, judge rules

A Superior Court judge found that the Ontario government violated the freedom of association rights of five education-sector unions under s.2(d) of the Charter when... More

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