Employee took leave of absence for a medical condition and was advised that he was terminated from employment as a result of frustration of contract
A journeyman is someone who is fully qualified and can perform the full scope of work in the trade or quasi-trade right up to the most complex
Motion judge found termination clause unenforceable, Court of Appeal found that motion judge should have interpreted whole clause, rather than each sentence
Active employment means someone who attends at work, works and is paid in clear distinction to someone who, while undoubtedly an employee, is not an active one
Suspended employee's application alleging union's breach of duty of fair representation summarily dismissed since union provided summary of evidence and copy of legal opinion, dismissed upon judicial review as Board's decision was reasonable
...the term "person" generally refers to a human being. In the context of the Human Rights Code, it also defines the class of actors against whom the prohibition in s. 13(1)(b) applies.
Even though grievor should have consulted with supervisor, his inexperience considered mitigating factor and employee's dismissal not upheld
“Equivalent employment” is defined in s. 2 as an “employment of a similar nature to the employment held by the worker when he suffered the employment injury...
Off-duty employee driving fire chief's unmarked vehicle was wrongful dismissal despite no loss of confidence from public or coworkers after failing a roadside breathalyzer test twice
... “job content” means the substance of the job, what the job consists of, or the constituent elements of the job.
Employee of 22 years brought an action for constructive dismissal after employer allegedly said "Go! Get out! I am so sick of coming into this office every day and looking at your ugly face" making the performance of future work impossible and continued employment intolerable
"[E]mployment injury” means an injury or a disease arising out of or in the course of an industrial accident, or an occupational disease, including a recurrence, relapse or aggravation.