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Article by Brian Johnston, QC, republished in Labour Notes

The article, Good faith expected of employers!, by Brian Johnston, QC, has been republished in the most recent edition of LexisNexis Canada Inc.’s newsletter, Labour Notes.

This piece reviews the decision, Avalon Ford v Evans 2017 NLCA 9, from the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal that clarified the expectation that employers act in good faith.

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