One aspect of employment law which has always puzzled me is the long running battle between workers and management over random drug testing.
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Defence lawyers are asking the country’s top court to weigh in on the case of an Ontario trucker accused of murdering an Indigenous woman.
Lawyers for Bradley Barton have filed an application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. 125 more words
Customers filling prescriptions won’t be able collect reward points anymore after the Alberta College of Pharmacists (ACP) won in the Alberta Court of Appeal on Friday. 265 more words
The chief executive director of MADD Canada said Thursday that impaired driving rules in British Columbia could act as a guidepost for Alberta as it refashions its impaired driving laws following an appeals court ruling that struck down a portion of the law. 442 more words
The Alberta government will not appeal a ruling that struck down part of its impaired driving legislation that allowed police to suspend the licences of suspected drunk drivers. 320 more words