After two months of working from home, Jewitt McLuckie is taking our first steps towards reopening the office with a small daily staff presence on site starting May 25. In keeping with public health recommendations, we will be sanitizing surfaces regularly, handwashing, using masks and barriers, and minimizing the number of people in the office to avoid COVID-19 spread. Email remains a good way to reach us and we want to assure you that if you are unable to speak to a staff member when you call, our answering system will forward your voicemail to the recipient right away, so please don’t hesitate to leave us a message. We are grateful to our clients and community for your support during this challenging time and want to express our continued commitment to fight the good fight for unions and workers, whether at home or in the office.
May 20 2020
Samantha Lamb, Dina Mashayekhi, Alison Longmore and André Pritchard joined CUPE 503 for their annual Golf tournament at Manderley on the Green.
Ontario’s Court of Appeal affirms there’s a qualitative component to reasonable notice of termination
In Wood v. CTS of Canada Co., 2018 ONCA 758, the Ontario Court of Appeal (“ONCA”) upheld the Superior Court of Justice’s finding of a “qualitative” component to reasonable notice of termination. ...
Last night, Premier-Elect Rachel Notley and the entire Alberta NDP made history with a victory over the Alberta PC party that has been in power in that province for 44 years. The NDP won 53 ...