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Employment Law for Employees
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With e-commerce exploding over the course of the pandemic – nearly doubling between February and March 2020 alone – side[...]
Employment Law for Employees
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Deemed Infectious Diseases Emergency Leave (IDEL) is set to expire on July 30, 2022 – Here’s why employers and employees[...]
Employment Law for Employees
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You have just been called into a meeting with your boss and told that your employer is terminating your employment.[...]
Employment Law for Employers
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Most mask mandates in Ontario expired on June 11, 2022, leaving it to individuals and organizations to determine their own[...]
Estates Law
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Dealing with the loss of a loved one is already an emotional time. Dealing with their life investments and assets[...]
Employment Law for Employees
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Dana DuPerron breaks down Ontario’s new “Right to Disconnect” policy, and what it means for employer and employees. Part 1:[...]
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