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Federal Employers Do Have The Right To Dismiss Employees Without Cause!

by Glenn D. Tait
McLennan Ross LLP - Yellowknife Office

December 17, 2013

Previously published on Winter 2013

What most would have thought was a pretty clear principle - that an employer whose business is covered by Part III of the Canada Labour Code had the right to dismiss employees without cause - was, for a period of time, cast into doubt by an adjudicator. Fortunately for employers, the Federal Court of Canada recently set matters right again.


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