Garnishment liabilities, exemptions and employee protections vary by province.
Termination notice and wages in lieu of notice exemptions vary widely by province.
Ontario and New Brunswick directly ban employer use of lie detector tests.
Six jurisdictions have recently enacted pay transparency laws Six of Canada’s 14 jurisdictions—Federal, BC, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Prince Edward Island--have adopted pay transparency laws. However, these laws [...]
Saskatchewan and Manitoba are the only provinces that don’t expressly ban gender expression discrimination. Federal employment discrimination laws in the US don’t expressly protect LGBT people. To the extent such [...]
Maternity leave eligibility, notification and verification rules vary by province. While maternity leave is required by the employment standards laws of every jurisdiction, there are significant differences with regard to: [...]
Website accessibility is now a requirement for private-sector companies under Federal, Ontario and Manitoba law. More than 1 in 5 Canadians (22%) ages 15 and over have problems hearing or [...]
Where you can get naloxone kits for opioid overdose in your jurisdiction. Although naloxone is a prescription drug, Health Canada allows it to be used on a non-prescription basis for [...]