Yes, sometimes you can get your job back but it’s difficult, especially for employees in non-unionized jobs. Get legal advice to see if it’s a good option.
No, you can and should file your own human rights claim, to protect yourself, because your union might drop that part of its grievance against the employer and leave you high and dry. Ontario’s Human Rights Code does not prevent you from acting yourself.
Generally speaking, a person has the “testamentary freedom” to do what he wants with his Estate upon death, though there are some limits on that freedom owing to public policy concerns, and potentially including blatant discrimination.
The Family Law Act recognizes that family members can be affected and suffer losses and damages as a result of the injury or death of a loved one. Certain family members including, children, parents, spouses, siblings and grandparents may be entitled to recover damages in addition to the injured or deceased person. The family member can only sue if the injured person is hurt due to the negligence of another and is or would be entitled to recover damages for that injury.
Buying a franchise is an attractive way of starting a business, as the franchisee is able to utilize the business methods and support offered by the franchisor, including trademarks, marketing strategies, accounting systems, procurement channels, etc.
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