When an employee transfers a lump sum from his previous employer’s pension plan to an RRSP, have these employer contributions vested for the purposes of clause 60(j.1)(ii)(B) of the Income Tax Act? (In PDF)
The British Columbia Court of Appeal upheld a senior manager’s termination when it discovered after the termination without cause that during work hours the employee sent text messages to his subordinates soliciting illegal drugs.
The Nova Scotia Supreme Court recently affirmed that an employee’s refusal to submit to drug test based on the employer’s meagre suspicions is not just cause for dismissal.
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