Following the release of the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Waksdale v. Swegon North America Inc. in June 2020, many employers are facing the realization that the termination provisions in their contracts may be unenforceable and in need of amendment, thanks to illegal for cause provisions.
The pandemic has normalized work from home arrangements as employees were forced to quickly adapt to remote work in response to the closure of all non-essential businesses. With many workplaces able to operate almost seamlessly outside of a formal office, many workplaces are now considering a future that permits more flexibility in terms of where employees may perform their work.
The Consumer Privacy Protection Act (CPPA) will make substantial changes to Canada’s privacy law. In this post I examine the significant proposed changes to the law as they relate to personal information that has been “de-identified”.