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Manitoba Court of Appeal affirms that there is no duty for an employer to investigate before terminating an employee

  • July 21, 2021
  • Daniel Mulroy
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A recent Manitoba Court of Appeals case, McCallum v Saputo Dairy Products GP (link) reaffirmed that there is no duty on an employer to investigate before terminating an employee.

The appellant, Patrick McCallum, was a sales representative for the respondent, Saputo Dairy Products GP (“Saputo”).   » Read the rest

Issues with Artificial Intelligence: The Need for Regulation

  • July 6, 2021
  • Daniel Mulroy
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The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) has initiated a multiyear, multidisciplinary project to research the development, and impact of artificial intelligence (AI), automated decision-making (ADM) and algorithms on access to justice, human rights, and due process.

A recent publication from the LCO, Regulating AI: Critical Issues and Choices (link), discusses the issues that arise from the use of AI and ADM, and calls for significant regulatory reform in Ontario. » Read the rest

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