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Jurisdiction and Human Rights: An Ontario Perspective

November 3, 2022 By Brian Babcock We wrote a while ago about the Supreme Court of Canada decision that got sensationalist headlines because the court ruled that under Manitoba legislation, arbitrators had exclusive jurisdiction over human rights complaints where there was a collective agreement that contained the usual privative clause protecting arbitrators’ jurisdiction. Prior to […]

A Matter of Interest

November 3, 2022 By Mark Mikulasik Not being paid for your goods or services costs you money. Either you are paying interest to borrow money as a result, you are losing the profit you could make off depositing or investing the money, or you are losing the enjoyment that you could gain spending the money. […]

Privacy Is Priceless

November 3, 2022 By Jonathon Clark We recently posted an article dealing with the high significance of personal privacy as it relates to social values of dignity, integrity and autonomy. This article focused on a criminal law case in which the complainant’s privacy rights were weighed against alleged privacy rights of a wrongdoer. In that […]