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Province-wide blitz shows majority of temp agencies on wrong side of the law

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By: Sara Mojtehedzadeh Work and Wealth reporter, Published on Wed Aug 12 2015 Almost 75 per cent of temporary agencies audited by the Ministry of Labour this year broke the law — with the top three offenders based in the ...

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Ottawa won’t appeal landmark child-care ruling

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Ottawa is ending its fight to overturn a groundbreaking human rights ruling that says Canadian employers must try to accommodate parents struggling to meet child-care needs. Canada Border Services Agency notified former ...

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Case headed to the Supreme Court of Canada will tackle native jury roll complaints

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Toronto lawyer Delmar Doucette has a case before the Supreme Court of Canada that claims Ontario is failing to ensure representative numbers of aboriginals on jury rolls. Lawyers and advocates for aboriginal groups are hoping ...

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The Ongoing Dispute between the Prime Minister’s Office and the Supreme Court

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The Ongoing Dispute between the Prime Minister’s Office and the Supreme Court The disagreements between the Supreme Court of Canada and the Prime Minister, Steven Harper seem to be showing no signs of easing up or changing. ...

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The Supreme Court and the Prime Minister are Fighting Again

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The Supreme Court and the Prime Minister are Fighting Again The Prime Minister Office of Steven Harper and the spat between the Supreme Court of Canada is continuing. In many ways the events that occur seem to resemble tow ...

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The Supreme Court of Canada Is Still Fighting with The PMO

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The Supreme Court of Canada Is Still Fighting with The PMO When people think of the justices on the Supreme Court of Canada they often view them as being fair and impartial. They do not expect them to express their opinions ...

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The Supreme Court Rules on a Mandatory Retirement Age Case

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The Supreme Court Rules on a Mandatory Retirement Age Case As the population of the people in the world continues to get older, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in a case that will impact what people are allowed to do as ...

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“Supreme Court Re-affirms Sentencing Principles “

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“Supreme Court Re-affirms Sentencing Principles “ Prime Minister Stephen Harper lost another battle to try to control the ability of the courts to use their discretion when it comes to sentencing principles. The ...

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Disabled woman wins

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Disabled woman wins discriminatory pay case at Ontario Human Rights Tribunal An intellectually disabled St. Catharines woman who was paid just $1.25 an hour as a labourer at a packaging company for 10 years has won her ...

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Privacy rights Police can search unprotected cellphone without warrant

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Privacy rights: Police can search unprotected cellphone without warrant, appeal court rules   The Court of Appeal for Ontario has ruled that if a cell phone is not password-protected, police making an arrest can search ...

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