In Cooper v Porcupine Opportunities( 2020 SKCA 33) Caldwell J. upheld a bad faith damage award of a long term foreman.
In Wilste v Saestar Chemicals ( 2020 BCSC 658) Saunders J. determined that an employee fired without cause in July of 2018 was entitled to 16 months notice. About 1/3 of his total comp was pursuant to a bonus plan which had a clause which said that in order to be entitled to a bonus payment, the employee had to be employed as of March 31st, the end of the fiscal year.
In Maticevic v Bank of Montreal, the Adjudicator had to determine the damages owing to an employee who had been out of work for 29 months following an unjust dismissal. The Adjudicator found that the employee was too sick to work for about 22 months, but that he had no good excuse for the other 7 months, so he reduced the compensation by 25%.