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Documents by Lawyers at this office
National Energy Board Rules in Favour of Trans Mountain
Paul R. Cassidy,Gordon M. Nettleton,Monika A. Sawicka, December 15, 2014
On October 9, 2014, Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC’s (“Trans Mountain”) motion was heard by the National Energy Board (“NEB”) after a series of incidents between Trans Mountain and the City of Burnaby (“Burnaby”). Burnaby officials ticketed Trans Mountain...
Supreme Court of Canada Gives Quick Win To BCTF On Parental Benefits
Christopher McHardy, December 8, 2014
The Supreme Court of Canada recently made a rare oral ruling from the bench, giving the B.C. Teachers’ Federation (“BCTF”) a quick win in their appeal of a decision by the B.C. Court of Appeal regarding discrimination and unequal treatment under the Human Rights Code and the...
OH&S Month Part 4: The Loneliest Number? Regulations for Employees Working Alone
Christopher McHardy, November 28, 2014
Many employees work alone or in isolation, whether from time to time or as a regular part of their work. In addition to an employer’s general statutory obligation to ensure a safe work environment under the Workers’ Compensation Act, employers have additional specific obligations to...
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