Contractors and COVID-19: How Far Must We (and Can We) Go to Meet OHS Obligations?

Much has been published in the last few weeks about the obligations of employers under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, SA 2017, c O-2.1 [OHSA] to ensure that work sites are safe and healthy (and we’ll have more to come about the obligation of employers to protect psychological health and safety during these uncertain […] Read More

Spies and the Supreme Court: Charting a New Course for the Standard of Review 

On December 19, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited trilogy of decisions that will significantly shift administrative law. Administrative law encompasses legal challenges to regulatory or government action, ranging from cabinet approval of pipelines to the denial of refugee status, from professional regulatory decisions to First Nations band council decisions.  Recognizing the scope of […] Read More