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Published on: 21 Mar 2012 By

Is public consultation a political activity forbidden to charities?

With the launch of Conservative Senator Nicole Eaton’s inquiry into the “Involvement of Foreign Foundations in Canada’s Domestic Affairs”, increased scrutiny is being focused on the activities of Canada’s charitable environmental groups. In particular, is participating in public consultation…

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Published on: 14 Mar 2012 By

Temporary Layoffs – Another Lesson for Unwary Employers

In July 2011, I posted a blog on Temporary Layoffs – A Lesson for Unwary Employers.   Since then, on December 23, 2011, the Ontario Court of Appeal released an important decision dealing with temporary layoffs. This decision can be found at Elsegood v. Cambridge Spring Service (2001) Ltd. Th…

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