Ontario Court Finds No Frustration of Contract After Employee’s 33-Month Disability Leave

The Ontario Divisional Court’s recent decision in Boucher v. Black & McDonald Ltd.  provides an excellent overview of a number of fundamentally important elements of employment law, including the effect of an employee’s long term absence, frustration of the employment contract, the interplay of disability payments and wrongful dismissal damages, as well as human rights […]

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