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Cannabis in Canada: Legal Developments Impacting Employers Later this year, it is expected that legislation will be passed that, in effect, legalizes the production, distribution, sale, and possession of cannabis. This has the potential to impact your workplace. Join us to learn what you need to...

We have all watched the growing sexual harassment scandal roiling the American entertainment industry and causing the downfall of American political figures (with notable exceptions). Corporations and organizations across North America in numerous industries are dealing with an onslaught of credible allegations, some involving high...

Employment Law Breakfast Seminar Carbert Waite LLP is pleased to invite you and a guest to join us for a presentation and discussion on To Pay or Not to Pay: How to Avoid the Slings and Arrows of Questionable Cause Terminations - Case Studies and...

Eleanor Carlson, an associate with Carbert Waite LLP, was interviewed by Dote Magazine on the matter of creating wills & estates. See the article here....

Alberta employers considering random drug and alcohol testing in unionized and safety sensitive environments have been waiting for the Alberta Court of Appeal’s (“ABCA”) decision in Suncor Energy Inc. v Unifor Local 707A (“Suncor”). ...

On January 1, 2018, major changes to Alberta’s Employment Standards Code will come into force.  Employers should be aware of the changes and examine policies and payroll practices to determine what updates are required....

Carbert Waite LLP is proud to have supported the YW Walk a Mile in her Shoes fundraising campaign to support victims of domestic violence in our City. On September 26th, 2017, Joe Oppenheim walked with more than 200 others to raise more than $163,000 for...