• “Danger” Redefined
  • February 3, 2015 | Author: Glenn D. Tait
  • Law Firm: McLennan Ross LLP - Yellowknife Office
  • On October 31, 2014, certain changes to the Canada Labour Code Part II took effect. These changes were introduced as part of Bill C-4, one of the federal government’s budget implementation bills. They are of interest to federal employers whose occupational health and safety provisions are regulated by this part of the Code. These changes appear to be directed at reducing the number of employee refusal to work complaints brought under the Code.