"Supreme Court of Canada Confirms Termination of Disabled Employee Not a Breach of Human Rights", Hicks Morley - FTR Now
Elk Valley analysis, prima facie case of descrimination was not made out, in which an employee did not disclose his cocaine use; authors provide a succinct section of 'implications for employers', in which safety, policy, and clarity (in termination letter) is highly valued within employer and employee interactions.
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