Licensing Exam Details, Employment & Human Rights Among Legal News

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  • Maison Canada Holdings Ltd. fined $120,000; young worker killed while working on a high-rise student housing project in Waterloo
  • Loblaws demands workers pay back thousands after payment error, may need to recover “overpayments” in court
  • Florida Uber driver is an employee, not a contractor, court finds
  • June 19 was the last day for Ontario employers to provide employees who are covered by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 with a copy of an Employment Standards poster
  • Ontario has launched public consultations on the changing nature of the modern workplace. The consultations will consider amending the Labour Relations Act, 1995 and Employment Standards Act, 2000
  • Standardizing carding practices: Ontario proposes rules to govern police “street checks,” including the rights of people being asked to provide information
  • Targeting turbans: Group asking for changes to new airport security “racial profiling” procedures
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