Prior to law school, Ania worked as a registered nurse in neurological and general system intensive care units at the University of Alberta and the Royal Alexandra Hospitals. During law school Ania actively participated in the Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City and assisted with legal research on a project involving dangerous offenders at the Regional Psychiatric Center in Saskatchewan. She also worked as a research assistant at the College of Law studying the legal effects of orphan drugs, a project lead by the Associate Dean at the College of Law. Following the completion of her legal studies, Ania articled for the Provincial Court of Alberta.
Outside the Office
In her spare time Ania enjoys spending time outdoors and participating in a variety of recreational sports and activities: running, snowboarding, biking and swimming.
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Punitive and Aggravated Damages - Exceptional but Necessary Remedies
Although traditionally punitive and aggravated damages were deemed as exceptional remedies, the Courts have turned to these remedies to assist employees where the employer’s actions may be deemed as high-handed and spurious.
Minimum Wage Increases in Alberta
As of October 1st, the Alberta’s minimum wage increase will finally come into effect, bumping the minimum wages from 13.60 to 15 per hour. According to a report released by Public Interest Alberta, more than 300 000 Albertans will be getting...
Hudye Inc v Rosowsky
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