Despite the uncertainty of the last few months, the Canadian economy is finally reopening and employees are returning to work. Tune in […]Read More →
In episode four of the Canadian Employment and Labour law podcast, host Alison Walsh is joined by Sarah Sobierajtodiscuss the benefits of written […]Read More →
Across Canada we are seeing some COVID-19 restrictions being lifted and business begin to reopen. Whether businesses are currently operating […]Read More →
General damages awarded by human rights tribunals are intended to compensate for discrimination and to act as a deterrent.
The Alberta Human Rights Act provides no statutory limit on how much general damages can be awarded. However, in the past general damages awarded by the Human Rights Tribunal of Alberta (theRead More →