The decision is another blow to companies such as Foodora, Uber, and Lyft who practice unequal, or exploitative business practices. It also reaffirms the principle of access to justice for employees who have legitimate grievances against their employer.
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Jonathan is a graduate of the Legal Studies program at Carleton University and is currently completing a Masters Degree in Law.
How real is the threat of voter fraud? Donald Trump has loudly voiced concerns, yet, research suggests the risk is small. It is nonetheless having a tangible impact on citizens' access to voting.
Prisoners at the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre began a hunger strike Wednesday morning to protest inadequate meals for those who follow religious diets, and several other grievances including inadequate sanitation supplies.
On May 5th Quebec announced measures to ease restrictions on Senior care homes. This came despite the fact that the province and it’s senior care homes have been devastated by…