Is because the employment relationship will no longer be viable due to animosity and lack of trust between the parties or with co workers, and reinstatement raises the possibility of creating a poisoned working environment. Said Fair case was unique for three reasons: Fair testified that she had no hard feelings against her employer; the individuals who made the decision to terminate Fair no longer work at the board; and the board is a large and sophisticated employer.Indeed, the Court of Appeal was careful to note that Fair relationship with her employer not fractured and the passage of time had not materially affected her capabilities. Sabapathy, executive vice president, people at Cadillac Fairview Corp.
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This week, the Canadian House of Commons is debating Bill S7, the Combatting Terrorism Act, which would re introduce controversial provisions allowing for preventive arrest and investigative hearings that expired in 2007. The Canadian Bar Association argues that such provisions duplicate existing laws; the charges in Montreal and Toronto this week would lend credence to that view. While Bill S7 has made its way rather slowly through the legislative process up to now, Harper’s Conservatives now have a majority.
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Intertitles, often accompanied by gunshots, read like politically charged maxims and divide these “chapters” and lend the movie an aura of immediacy at once jarring and hilarious, because they raise what is, at heart, the story of a doomed romance into the realm of Marxist allegory. That sounds incredibly pretentious, but this is Godard an artist with a knack for exposing intellectual pretense for the vain tomfoolery that it is, and where the most intimate exchanges are booby trapped by self parody and non sequiturs. Paul (Jean Pierre Laud), a spray can toting socialist in 1960s Paris, spends his time rallying against all things American, when he falls head over heals for Madeleine (played by real life y y singer Chantal Goya), a pretty but clueless brunette on the verge of commercial breakthrough (she’s already burning up the charts in Japan).