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Occupational Health & Safety

Physical assualt justified discharge of short service employee, even though provoked by "bullying"

Jurisdiction: - Ontario

National Steel Car Ltd.  v. United Steel Workers of America, Local 7135 [2005] O.L.A.A. No. 585 (QL) (Craven) (September 30, 2005)

"Whistle Blowing in British Columbia: Nervous Reporting and Risky Reprisals"

Murray Tevlin and Calla Nestibo have written a paper, entitled, "Whistle Blowing in British Columbia: Nervous Reporting and Risky Reprisals" (February 2005). They are lawyers at TevlinGleadle Employment Law Strategies in Vancouver.

The authors state that "For the purposes of this paper, "whistle blowing" refers to employees informing authorities of suspected wrong-doing by his or her employer."

"Restrictions on Tort Claims Under the Workers Compensation Act"

Jurisdiction: - British Columbia

Restrictions on Tort Claims Under the Workers Compensation Act is the name of a paper written by two lawyers at Vancouver, BC law firm of Clark Wilson. The paper, which was updated in May 2004, can be found here.