Winnipeg lawyer Milt Christiansen has been elected as a Fellow of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
The College is the most exclusive and prestigious body of labour and employment… Read More
On October 30, Edmonton lawyers Brooks Arcand-Paul and Sanjana Ahmed will present at the Indigenous HR Skill Builder Conference on recent developments in employment law.
Brooks and Sanjana’s workshop covers a wide variety… Read More
The 13th Annual CPHR Saskatchewan Conference takes place October 1-2, 2019 at the World Trade Center Saskatoon, Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.
The conference features keynote speakers Dr. John Izzo, bestselling author… Read More
The University of Manitoba has published a new report entitled “Responding to Sexual Violence, Harassment & Discrimination at the University of Manitoba: A Path Forward.”
Commissioned by University of Manitoba… Read More
On Thursday, May 16, labour and employment lawyer Lynsey Gaudin will present at the 2019 Accommodation Law Conference in Vancouver.
Lynsey will be joined by Lindsay Lyster of Moore Edgar Lyster… Read More
Four Saskatchewan labour and employment lawyers – Robert Frost-Hinz, Brent Matkowski, Shannon Whyley and Kevin Wilson – are set to present at the 2019 Accommodation Law Conference taking place in… Read More
On Thursday, April 25, lawyers Shandra Czarnecki and David Negus will present on “Recent Developments in Employment Law” at the 9th Annual Indigenous HR Skill Builder Conference.
This sold-out conference, hosted… Read More
MLT Aikins is pleased to once again serve as presenting sponsor for CPHR Manitoba’s annual Legislative Review.
This full-day event for HR professionals, managers and business owners takes place on Wednesday,… Read More
On Wednesday, April 3, lawyer Shandra Czarnecki will present at the 2019 Accommodation Law Conference in Winnipeg.
This event for HR professionals explores recent legal developments in the employer's duty to… Read More
Lawyer Jana Linner will present “Weed at Work—Is Your Organization Prepared?” at a CPHR Saskatchewan professional development luncheon in Swift Current, Sask., on January 15.
The presentation is aimed at giving… Read More