The owner of a garage that was found 37 per cent liable for a brain injury a 15-year-old suffered when a car stolen from the business crashed is considering an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Companies may ban staff from wearing Islamic headscarves and other visible religious symbols under certain conditions, the European Union‘s top court ruled on Tuesday, setting off a storm of complaint from rights groups and religious leaders.
A garage owner will get a chance to argue before the Supreme Court of Canada that he should not be held responsible for the terrible injuries a teen suffered when he and a friend stole a car from the lot and crashed it. Canada’s top court agreed last week to hear the highly unusual case in which the injured teen successfully sued the garage for leaving the car unlocked and its keys in the ashtray.
Ryerson instructor's social media posts spark controversy.
Members of Parliament debated a ban on mandatory workplace high heels, in response to a petition started by a receptionist who was sent home without pay for wearing flat shoes.