Posted in Employment Law

BC Human Rights Tribunal determines that rap music played in boutique did not constitute discrimination under human rights legislation

Have you ever been in a shop playing edgy modern music and been offended by the lyrics? One woman recently took her complaint to the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal only to be told she had no case. In Redmond Continue Reading

Posted in Corporate

What is a sealed bid?

In bidding and tendering situations, or in competitive request for proposal (RFP) scenarios, owners frequently instruct bidders that bids or tenders are required to be submitted to the Owner “under seal”, or that “sealed tenders are required”. Unfortunately, confusion often … Continue Reading

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Bill C-46 provides guidance for the assessment of marijuana impairment in the workplace

The legalization of recreational (i.e., non-medical) marijuana in Canada finally has some clarity—and a date. Effective October 17, 2018, the possession and use of recreational marijuana will be legal across Canada.

To prepare for the legalization of recreational marijuana, Canadian … Continue Reading