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Saskatchewan Court Upholds Electronic Waiver as Enforceable

Posted in E-Commerce

The Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench recently upheld an electronic waiver as enforceable in Quilichini v Wilson’s Greenhouse, 2017 SKQB 10. The plaintiff in the case  was injured while go-karting at a racing facility operated by Velocity, a business owned by the defendant Wilson’s Greenhouses. It was contended by the plaintiff that the defendants either: (a)… → Read More

E-Signed Union Membership Cards (Mostly) Accepted by Labour Relations Board

Posted in E-Commerce, Employment

In what appears to be the first decision of its kind, the British Columbia Labour Relations Board (the “Board”) recently accepted electronically signed union membership cards submitted in support of a union certification application. Context The United Food and Commercial Workers Union (the “Union“) had applied under section 18 of the Labour Relations Code (the… → Read More