Denying Employees’ Benefits Based on Age is Discrimination and Unconstitutional

Blog Post
August 23, 2018
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While mandatory retirement ended over ten years ago, older workers are unfortunately not immune from age-related discrimination. In Talos v. Grand Erie District School Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario looked at a situation where an older worker lost his benefits when he reached the age of 65.

Long-Term Care Homes and Retirement Homes: What’s The Difference?

November 19, 2017
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However, many people are unaware about the differences between these facilities. One key difference is that long-term care homes provide 24-hour nursing care and supervision to their residents, whereas retirement homes provide rental accommodation with care and services available for their residents at an additional cost. However, there are plenty of other differences as well. Here are the top things you should know about long-term care homes and retirement homes in Ontario.

Hickory Dickory Debt: The Importance of Proper Estate Planning

Blog Post
August 17, 2017
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Retirement: the stage of life we all work towards, so we can fully embrace and enjoy the fruits of our labour. It is naturally borne in mind that life after work is a rather pleasant and enviable position. However, it is also a time when you should reassess your Estate Plan.