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Proposed Ontario class-action claims Uber drivers are employees not contractors
Proposed Ontario class-action claims Uber drivers are employees not contractors

Uber drivers are employees not independent contractors and are owed standard employee compensation including a minimum wage and vacation pay, says a proposed class-action lawsuit launched on behalf of an Uber delivery driver in Toronto.


Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, Canadian lawsuit argues
Uber drivers are employees, not contractors, Canadian lawsuit argues

An ongoing dispute between Uber Technologies Inc. and its drivers has reached Canada, with a proposed class-action lawsuit that claims Uber drivers are employees who are entitled to minimum wage, overtime and vacation pay.


Sivan Tumarkin on The Morning Show
Sivan Tumarkin on The Morning Show

Sivan Tumarkin joined Talk Radio AM640's Morning Show to explain how long-term care facilities can be held liable following the death of a patient. It has been revealed the one of the long-term facilities that Elizabeth Wettlaufer - the nurse accused of killing at least eight seniors - worked at had a history of drug-related violations.


Sivan Tumarkin on Eric Drozd Show
Sivan Tumarkin on Eric Drozd Show

Sivan Tumarkin spoke to AM640's Eric Drozd about a case about the family of a young man who nearly choked to death on popcorn during the The Hangover movie in 2009, leaving him semi-comatose for six months and being allowed to picket the theater.


Sivan Tumarkin on The Morning Show
Sivan Tumarkin on The Morning Show

Sivan Tumarkin spoke to AM640's Morning Show with Matt and Supriya about an investigation that has been opened into a Toronto doctor, who is alleged to have provided a misleading medical assessment in order to favour an insurance company. How widespread is this practice? Sivan discusses this worrying case.