‘Sky didn’t fall:’ Police, lawyers still adjusting after pot legalization
Organized crime’s market share and youth consumption have not yet fallen, and tools to detect stoned drivers are still lacking.
BC takes Alberta to court on law that could see gasoline exports cut
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
Mexican Senate passes labour overhaul to ensure union freedom
New law requires secret-ballot union votes and proof of workers’ consent for contracts.
Police hand out a few hefty fines for allegedly violating Cannabis Act
Police across the country are reminding people where you can and can’t smoke up.
Workplace drug use: Legalized pot a buzz-killer for employers
How decriminalizing marijuana will impact management strategies.
You’re fired! Termination issues and practices to consider
What you need to know before dismissing an employee.
Managing the OHSA: Best practices for manufacturers
Protect workers while successfully responding to MOL inquiries
Take harassment seriously: Best to prevent it, costly to ignore
Court awards $650,000 for hiring decision that revictimized an employee.
Tar Ponds lawsuit ends after 11 years of wrangling
Lawyers say court action that started in 2004 has grown too complex and costly.
Firing for cause? Your company better have proof
Dismissed man receives $25,000 severance despite misconduct on the job