"Alberta Human Rights Tribunal Decision Reinstates Reinstatement" Right Angle - Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre

Article discusses that in rare circumstances reinstatement may be the remedy of choice: where the employer is large and sophisticated, the employee can be placed in an equivalent position but with a different supervisor, and the work is specialized and the employee’s carrier would end without reinstatement do to no other career opportunities.

"Random Alcohol and Drug Testing as a Complex Human Rights Issue", Law Now - Columns

Commentary on SCC case Communications, Energy and Paperworks Union of Canada Local 30 v Irving Pulp and Paper Mill, 2013 SCC 34, and compares ratio to provide an analysis on the then ongoing litigation issues in Alberta Communications, Energy and Paperworks Union Local 707 v Suncor Energy Inc, 2012 ABCA 307; union vs. non-unionized setting on pre-employment drug test and the line of addiction as deciding factor.