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In a recent decision it was decided that an Ontario worker was not entitled to ongoing workers’ compensation benefits for a back injury because it was related to a pre-existing condition, not a work accident.
To allow for feedback from the tax community, the CRA has newly published an income tax folio on benefits and allowances received. (In PDF)
Quashed ruling demonstrates that an employer’s ability to randomly test for drugs and alcohol is not so limited
The 2014 decision of Unifor, which concluded that Suncor Energy’s random drug and alcohol testing policy was unreasonable and invasive was quashed and ruled unreasonable.
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