The three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with income tax changes in the new budget Bill, OHSA and WSIA changes in the new budget Bill and cannabis smoke-free and road safety legislation.
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The Supreme Court of Canada recently denied leave to appeal in respect of the Alberta Court of Appeal’s decision in 852819 Alberta Ltd v Sovereign General Insurance Company, 2017 ABCA 76, leave to appeal denied 2017 CanLII 51468 (SCC) (“852819 Alberta”), which provides much needed clarification regarding the interpretation of the By-law Endorsement coverage common to most all-risk commercial property insurance policies in Canada. The defendant insurers were represented by the authors.
SAD is a real medical condition that can affect anyone, even people who are not already predisposed to depression. The condition is more common in women than in men. Most people who develop SAD start experiencing symptoms in their 30s. Most people with SAD live in northern climates where there are shorter days in the winter months. Their symptoms begin to lessen in the spring when the amount of sunlight increases each day.