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In Canada, legislated rights are considered to be incorporated into every collective agreement, and an arbitrator has the jurisdiction to apply those rights and provide remedies for their breach. The Ontario Human Rights Code provides that the same rights can be adjudicated by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. (?HRTO?) This paper describes this concurrent …

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In Canada, legislated rights are considered to be incorporated into every collective agreement, and an arbitrator has the jurisdiction to apply those rights and provide remedies for their breach. The Ontario Human Rights Code provides that the same rights can be adjudicated by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. (?HRTO?) This paper describes recent decisions …

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Attorney Barrett addresses the Canadian employer’s duty to accommodate employees’ religious holidays.

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Use of the internet, including email, in the organized Canada workplace, the right of free speech, attacks on the public employer by an employee, and the right of privacy. The compulsory production of electronic communications is discussed.

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Reasonable accommodation in the workplace: New developments in the United States and Canada

An examination of the obligations, under Canadian and United States law, of employers and of unions to accommodate employees with disabilities.

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An examination of free speech workplace issues in the public and private sectors in Canada.

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