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Air Canada pilots must be reinstated after forced retirement

The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has ordered Air Canada to reinstate two pilots, aged 65 and 67, who were forced to retire at age 60.

 

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Hearings scheduled to decide retirement ages of Air Canada pilots

Between November 22 and November 25, 2010, the Federal Court of Canada will hold hearings and then decide whether the mandatory retirement age of 60 years should stand for about 3,000 Air Canada pilots.

 

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Mandatory retirement still a working issue for employers

A brief analysis of Nilsson v. UPEI, one of the most recent cases on mandatory retirement and human rights discrimination based on age.

 

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An aging workforce: mandatory retirement (Part II)

Across Canada, mandatory retirement has been all but completely phased out. Recently, all Canadian jurisdictions in Canada, except for federally regulated workplaces, have enacted legislation to amend their human rights laws and end the practice of mandatory retirement at age 65. This means…

 

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