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In This Issue - #190 December 23, 2014

  1. Think Twice Before You Sue
  2. Homicide in Canada, 2013: The Stats

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2. Think Twice Before You Sue

by Alfred Kempf

Jian Ghomeshi is just one example of an employee who regrets taking action against his employer. A recent case in BC involved a project manager who was terminated without just cause. He sued his employer wanting more severance pay ...

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3. Homicide in Canada, 2013: The Stats

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Canadian police services reported 505 homicides in 2013, 38 fewer than the previous year. The homicide rate fell 8% from 2012 to 1.44 victims per 100,000 population. This marks the lowest homicide rate since 1966. For the full report ...

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