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This summary provides an update of a case reviewed at our recent client seminar. The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court’s decision awarding damages for the negligent infliction of mental suffering in employment. Contrary to the trial level judgment, the court found that an employer does not have a duty to protect employees throughout the course of their ...

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The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta has recently found that an employer who conducted pre employment credit checks of applicants for the position of retail sales associate had breached the requirements of the Alberta Personal Information Protection Act (“PIPA”).

The employer, Mark’s Work Wearhouse Ltd. (“MWW”) was concerned ...

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