grain terminal

Grain Terminal Not Liable for Worker’s Silo Engulfment Death

A grain terminal worker went into a receiving pit without his supervisor’s knowledge or permission and basically drowned in the accumulated grain.

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan, reminder: A 24¢ increase will take the Saskatchewan minimum wage to $10.96 per hour on October 1

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Yukon Territory

That’s the deadline to weigh in on how Yukon should regulate marijuana on the territorial level once cannabis is legalized across the country.

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Quebec

Quebec, that’s the deadline to provide employees access to a voluntary retirement savings plan if you had at least
Prince Edward Island

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island, the WCB concluded public review of proposed changes to its vocational rehabilitation policy
bill 168

Hospital Nabbed for First Bill 168 Workplace Violence Fine

Seven years after it took effect, what may be the first official fine for a workplace violence violation under Bill 168 has been levied.

Fear of Reprisal No Excuse for Taking Too Long to File Discrimination Complaint

An employee who missed the deadline blamed the delay on fear of suffering retaliation.
Disabled Employee

Employer Accommodated Disabled Employee but Still Discriminated

An orthodontic practice made accommodations for a technician suffering from work-related pain in the arms.

New HR Laws: The $15 Minimum Wage Brouhaha

The $15 minimum wage has suddenly become the hottest HR law issue in Canada.

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Nunavut

Nunavut, highlights of the newly ratified 4-year collective agreement between NEU employees and Qullig Energy Corporation