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In addition to affirming that an employee’s resignation must be clear and unequivocal to be valid, this case tells us that employers do not have a greater onus when it comes to long-term disabled employees who resign.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice stayed a criminal negligence charge against a boom truck worker who pleaded guilty to an Occupational Health and Safety Act charge three years earlier after causing a workplace fatality.
The Court of Appeal for British Columbia has reversed the lower court’s decision in Garcia v. Tahoe Resources Inc. adding to the growing body of Canadian jurisprudence that supports the assumptions of jurisdictions over allegations of human rights violations by foreign subsidiaries of Canadian-based companies.
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