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Dismissal not "unjust" under Canada Labour Code if employee given reasonable notice or payment in lieu

Jurisdiction: - Canada/Federal
Sector: - First Nations

Chalifoux v. Driftpile First Nation-Driftpile River Band No. 450, [2000] C.L.A.D. No. 368 (Wakeling)

Contractor in "intermediate category" entitled to 9 month notice period

Jurisdiction: - British Columbia
Sector: - Retail Trade

In Marbry et al. v. Avrecan International Inc., 1999 BCCA 172, the majority of the BC Court of Appeal ruled that a contractor in the "intermediate category" was entitlted to 9 months notice that the relationship would be terminating.

In reaching this conclusion, the majority of the court stated:

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Manitoba Court of Appeal: Employee constructively dismissed due to hostile/embarrassing work environment

Jurisdiction: - Manitoba

Whiting v. Winnipeg River Brokenhead community Futures Development Corp., (1998), 159 D.L.R. (4th) 18 (Man.C.A.).